Pictured: Mother, 51, and daughter, 33, pose outside court before they are jailed for dealing crack cocaine from an alleywayTerry Beaumont and daughter Jane Leonard supplied Class A drugsThey appeared at Teesside Crown Court alongside two othersOverall value of the drugs recovered was 1,254 of crack and 85 of heroin Police observed pair meeting people in an alleyway outside Leonard's home By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 14:11 GMT, 26 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:57 GMT, 26 February 2013 A mother and daughter have today been jailed after dealing crack cocaine from an alleyway. Terry Beaumont, 51, and her daughter Jane Leonard, 33, appeared at Teesside Crown Court alongside two others involved in conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. Prosecutor Sue Jacobs told the court that police had observed the home of Leonard over three days in February last year and saw both mother and daughter, as well as co-defendant Jake Hutchinson, meeting people in the alleyway to the back of the house
Man, 33, found guilty of trying to kill two police officers in violent knife attack at butcher'sChristopher Haughton lashed out at officers with a ten-inch butcher's knife Was heard chanting 'God help me to kill my enemies' moments before attack Bit one policeman, repeatedly stabbed another and injured others After he was subdued, spat mouthfuls of blood and said he was HIV positiveHaughton then boasted to officers: 'I love giving women AIDS' | UPDATED: 21:14 GMT, 10 December 2012 Guilty: Christopher Haughton tried to kill two police officers with a meat cleaver A knifeman who tried to kill two police officers with a meat cleaver after storming into a butchers and demanding ‘Give me a chopper!’ faces being sent indefinitely to Broadmoor. Christopher Haughton lashed out with a knife at policemen who cornered him in the shop and continued to injure the officers after they tried to restrain him. Haughton, 33, of Wembley, north London, was convicted at the Old Bailey of the attempted murders of PCs Alistair Hinchliff and Thomas Harding.
Judge frees drunken pensioner, 85, who killed nephew after mistaking him for a burglar Confused Ezekiel McCarthy thought that Desbert Welsh, 50, was an intruder in his Cricklewood, north London, homeThe pair had been out celebrating McCarthy's birthday the previous nightMcCarthy, one of the oldest people to appear at the Old Bailey, was handed a nine month prison sentence suspended for two years | UPDATED: 18:07 GMT, 4 December 2012 Free: Ezekiel McCarthy, at the Old Bailey, pictured outside the Old Bailey was giving a nine month suspended sentence after stabbing his nephew A pensioner who fatally stabbed his nephew after mistaking him for a burglar walked free from court after a judge took pity on him. Confused Ezekiel McCarthy, 85, stabbed Desbert Welsh, 50, while 'defending himself' against what he thought was an intruder the morning after the pair had been out celebrating the former's birthday in Cricklewood, north London, last November. McCarthy, one of the oldest people to appear at the Old Bailey, was handed a nine month jail term suspended for two years on condition that he is supervised during that time
Schoolboy lover, 16, jailed for 'dreadful violent killing' of girlfriend’s disabled toddler as she desperately tried to 'hush up their affair'Cameron Rose was jailed for five years after being found guilty of manslaughter but cleared of the murder of Rhys Lawrie last month Rhys’s mother Sadie Henry, 28, lied to police about relationship with Rose | UPDATED: 00:56 GMT, 30 November 2012 A secret schoolboy lover who abused and killed his girlfriend’s disabled son was jailed for five years yesterday. Cameron Rose was 16 when he swung three-year-old Rhys Lawrie into a wall, breaking his leg and causing fatal injuries. Just four days earlier the little boy, who could barely speak and was prone to seizures, had been discharged from hospital despite being hit so hard in the face that he suffered brain damage