Investigating officers discovered a huge haul of vile images, including Category A images and seven videos, Category B images and two videos and just short of 17, Category C images and three videos. From murderers, to drug dealers, to the perpetrators of decades of sickening sexual abuse, Cornwall's top court has seen it all this year, dealing with a huge variety of cases spanning the whole spectrum of criminality.
One of the two said 'I am going to blow up the pub'. Sentencing Lee, Judge Robert Linford made reference to the fact he had an extensive criminal record and committed the offences in breach of a suspended sentence and, in the case of the second victim, while on bail. Shortly after the accusation Ms Leslie-Jones punched Amphlett square in the face before Mr Leslie-Jones approached him and it was then that Amphlett struck out with the bottle he was holding, causing two facial cuts to the victim.
Townsend will remain on the Sex Offenders' Register for life and sexual harm order, to run indefinitely, was also made by the court. The CPS said that at this point Venning falsely declared to have reconciled with his uncle before the execution of the third - falsified - will.
Ms Daulton said that when police arrived at his home a little later, at 2pm, they found Myers in bed and still not wearing any trousers or underwear. The men warned shoppers and staff to "get down" as they emptied display cabinets and stuffed items into a hold-all before leaving the shop.
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There could be no possible justification for what he did. Note - Cornwall Live does everything possible to cover the vast majority of court cases that take place in the county, however it is possible that some may have been missed due to staffing issues, lost archives or unexpected court listings.
Despite condemning Amphlett for the violence, Judge Robert Linford slammed the actions of prosecution witnesses during the trial who he said distorted the truth and were captured doing so on CCTV.
During interview Watts said that he had been drinking heavily and as a result began searching online for underage material on the internet and using peer-to-peer software. Amelia Benhamou, of St Levan Road, Marazion, pleaded guilty to wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and to aggravated burglary.
Tony Garrett, 46, of Trevelva Road, Truro, and Raquel Campbell, 26, of Polweath Close, Penzance, admitted allowing their premises to be used for drug dealing, Garret was jailed for six months suspended for two years and Campbell jailed for eight months, suspended for two years.
Flower, 24, of New Molinnis, Bugle, admitted one charge of wounding, his girlfriend Ager, 19, of the same address pleaded guilty to common assault, Cray, 30, from Minorca Lane, Bugle and Hunt, 25, of Victoria Place in St Austell both admitted an affray charge.
She dropped her basket and ran and threw the items from her jacket as she went.