A Wythenshawe man who repeatedly raped and abused two young girls has been jailed for 19 years. Robert Charles Cobane, aged 42, of Painswick Road, Wythenshawe preyed on the girls, who were between the ages […]
A Wythenshawe man has been charged after a woman was raped and a man was robbed in Manchester city centre. Peter Timmins, aged 28, of Padworth Walk in Wythenshawe has been charged with two counts […]
Two brothers from Baguley in Wythenshawe have been jailed for selling fake steroids and other drugs.
Daniel Hackland, wife Jenna and his brother Matthew Hackland, from Redburn Drive, Baguley pleaded guilty to seven counts between them of producing and supplying unlicensed class C drugs, unlicensed medicines and money laundering.
Daniel and Matthew were jailed for four and a half and three years respectively. Jenna Hackland was given an 18 months jail sentence suspended for 2 years and 100 hours of unpaid work.
A Wythenshawe conman who tried to persuade holidaymakers to part with their cash, claiming he needed it to visit a sick relative, has been jailed. Gary Lyon, aged 50 of Shayfield Drive, defrauded people at […]
A Wythenshawe man who tried to drive down the wrong side of the motorway in a stolen BMW and smashed into a police car has been jailed for three years.
Drew McWilliam (25) of Cotefield Road, Wythenshawe was sentenced yesterday, Monday 25 September 2017, was jailed for three years for handling stolen property and one year for dangerous driving, to be served concurrently.
Manchester Crown Court at Minshull Street was shown footage of him running from a stolen car. He was found guilty following a three-day trial.
On 29 October 2016, McWilliam was spotted driving a stolen BMW from a home in Timperley and changed its plates in Wythenshawe, before driving onto the M6.
Cassandra Harvey, aged 42, of Hopton Avenue, Wythenshawe was sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to robbery at Manchester Crown Court.
Harvey mugged the 95-year-old woman after approaching her victim as she was waiting at a bus stop near to the civic centre on the afternoon of Friday 17 April.
Harvey asked her for some change for the bus and when the bus arrived, they both boarded. When the victim got off at Lownorth Road, Harvey followed her and asked for more money. The elderly lady took her purse out of her bag before she grabbed it, causing the victim to fall to the ground.
The parcel had been intercepted by Customs and Excise in South America and the drugs replaced with sugar before it was delivered to Promise Ezeh at Warmley Road in Wythenshawe.
Ezeh, 38, of Harley Street, Manchester, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and was jailed for nine years at Minshull Street Crown Court.