Read our community guidelines here Reply to this article Reply. Darlington was endorsed by Daisy Rock Guitars in The intruder broke into a home while the family inside were asleep and stole festive gifts and jewellery, as well as their car. Astonishingly, it was also revealed that Vasile had a string of previous motoring convictions that he clocked up when he lived in Ireland, dating back toand had been banned from driving there.
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A man who left a retired bus driver in a coma by jumping a red light at speed has been locked up. An opportunistic thief who slipped in to St James' Park and climbed through an open window at a Newcastle hospital to steal from staff was jailed.
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Ferguson, who was 19 at the time, verbally abused officers on the ground and targeted them by throwing roof tiles and other objects that he could find on top of the building. Archived from the original on February 4, His bedroom door then came ajar and he began to scream, which resulted in the burglar running back downstairs.
Astonishingly, it was also revealed that Vasile had a string of previous motoring convictions that he clocked up when he lived in Ireland, dating back to , and had been banned from driving there. Predator Paul Dial, from Consett , has been jailed for a total of nine years after being found guilty of two counts of rape.
The couple shouted at the intruder and ran to the front of the property, where they confronted him. Hutchinson, now 20, of Praetorian Drive in Wallsend , pleaded guilty to one count of causing death by dangerous driving, three counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and one count of causing death by driving while uninsured.
Maziarz, of Mather Road, Newcastle, pleaded guilty to possession of a bladed article, theft from a shop and a public order offence. Since the start of , hundreds of criminals have been locked up across the North East, some of them for the worst crimes imaginable.