The astonishing swoop by police was captured on CCTV footage which has now been released after both men were locked up. McDonagh, of Eldon Street, Oldhamadmitted robbery, arson and dangerous driving. No-one was injured in the Huyton incident. Sherlock and another man dived out seconds before the crash and officers found a machete in the car wreck.
When the victim's child came into the living room and witnessed the assault, Mitchell shouted: ''No one will believe a five year old'' before chasing the terrified woman into her bedroom. Mr Cox, of Dunboyne, County Meath, suffered severe head injuries when he was attacked by Mastrelli ahead of the Champions League semi-final tie.
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McNally, 31, who was driving a stolen BMW 5 Series, was being chased by police on the afternoon of September 12 after they noticed it had false plates. The couple, who have a seven-year-old child together, had been at a wake at Burnage Social Club on March 1.
Gresty, of Brierlow Bar, Buxton, in Derbyshire, pleaded guilty to robbery, possession of a bladed article and criminal damage at an earlier hearing. A property investor "saw red" and launched a ferocious attack on a man who "sarcastically mimicked" him in a parking row that ended in violence and left the victim's skull visible through a five-inch gash.
Aaron Scott, 24, of Gorton Street, Blackpool, was given an 18 month prison sentence suspended for two years.