Knight claimed he was acting in self-defence, but a jury found him guilty of causing grievous bodily harm with intent and assault occasioning actual bodily harm after a trial at Hull Crown Court. He ran up large debts, paying for private school fees, holidays, clothes and paying off credit card debts.
He picked up the teenage girl, but instead of stopping at her home Smith drove to a secluded spot in an industrial estate and indecently assaulted the girl. PC Aitken was taken to hospital and needed five staples in her head.
Their sentences totalled years. John Maneely was locked up after police seized a number of guns and drugs during a raid on his Levenshulme address back in November. Hinchcliffe was arrested on suspicion of burglary and was later charged with burglary, attempted burglary, theft from a motor vehicle and vehicle interference.
She bravely turned up at court to read out her victim impact statement, only to be interrupted by shouting and swearing from Thompson. The victim was discharged after spending two nights in hospital, but was brought back in for another two nights after his wounds became infected.
She spent three weeks off work, but returned early in an act of defiance. Police failed to arrest a man who tried to smuggle a bomb onto a plane at Manchester Airportleaving him free to catch another flight days later. Mohamed, of Ashton Old Road, Openshaw, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to possession of a prohibited firearm and possession of ammunition without a firearms certificate.
Father of two Ali from Cheetham Hill denied any wrongdoing but was convicted of intent to cause grievous bodily harm following a trial at Minshull Street Crown Court and jailed for 14 years. A schoolgirl groomed by a anthony rice sex offender in Greater Manchester described as 'vermin' by police said: "he put it on my sibling's life not to tell anyone.
Neagu, of no fixed abode, now faces deportation to his native Romania after he has served his sentence. A couple who raked in hundreds of thousands of pounds from a drug-dealing business whilst claiming to be unemployed have been sentenced.
Ford, of Whitworth Road, Rochdale, was arrested and later pleaded guilty before he was due to go on trial alongside Dobson and Eddlestone. He was jailed for four years after he admitted five counts of assault causing actual bodily harm at Manchester Crown Court. Bell had only recently been released from a three year sentence in a young offenders institution, for being concerned in the supply of cocaine and heroin.
Lisa Marsland, 33, handed over 9g of the the class A drug, which had been held in a disposable glove.