(LONDON) Crown Court Report: A man has been sentenced to 14 years in jail after being found guilty of historic sex offences #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Jan.05: Kehoe failed to appear at court for his trial and a warrant is out for his arrest.

#AceDailyNews Court Report: Former teacher jailed for sexually assaulting children: At Inner London Crown Court on Tuesday, 21 December, Alan Kehoe, 53 (30.05.68), of Durrans Court in Bletchley, was convicted of one count of buggery with a boy under 16, one count of causing or inciting a boy under 16 to engage in sexual activity, one count of assaulting a boy under 13 by touching and one count of adult abuse of trust causing or inciting sexual activity with a boy.

Former teacher jailed for sexually assaulting children

5 January 2022 11:45

COURT CASE NOTES:

The offences took place between 1994 and 1996 while Kehoe was a teacher at a school on Wellesley Road, Croydon.

In July 2018, one of the victims reported that Kehoe had sexually assaulted him while he was a pupil at the school.

Detectives from South Area’s Safeguarding Team launched an investigation and a further victim was identified. Other witnesses were also located who detailed further evidence of grooming.

Kehoe was arrested and later charged with the above offences.

Detective Constable Helen Smith, who led the investigation, said:

” The victims in this case have been incredibly brave in coming forward and reporting the offences Kehoe committed against them. The evidence that they gave in court was pivotal in securing a significant custodial sentence and they should be commended for speaking out.

“There may be others who were abused by Kehoe who until now have not felt able to tell anyone. Please get in touch with us – we are here to listen to you and will take what you say incredibly seriously. Anyone responsible for carrying out these kind of crimes should face justice, no matter how much time has passed.”

Anyone who wants to speak to police can do so by calling 101 or reporting online.

#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: Jan.06: 2022:

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(MCALLEN, Tx.) Justice Dept Court Report: A South Texas man was convicted Dec. 17 for selling child pornography images following a joint ICE/HSI & Rio Grande Valley Child Exploitation Task Force probe #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Dec.29: According to court documents, ICE HSI had learned a computer was receiving child pornography. They were able to trace it to De Leon at his residence. He admitted he was actively involved in speaking with individuals who were interested in buying child pornography via applications on his cell phone. ICE HSI conducted a search of his phone and discovered he had tried to sell child pornography as recently as a month prior to their arrival at his residence.

#AceDailyNews DOJ Court Report: Astro Rey De Leon, 34, of McAllen, was convicted in federal court. During that hearing, he admitted to possessing child pornography with the intent to sell it on the internet

De Leon is scheduled to be sentenced March 1, 2022. At that time, De Leon faces a minimum of five and up to 20 years in federal prison as well as a possible $250,000 maximum fine.

De Leon remains in custody pending his sentencing hearing.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Eliza Carmen Rodriguez, Southern District of Texas, is prosecuting the case.

HSI is a directorate of ICE and the principal investigative arm of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), responsible for investigating transnational crime and threats, specifically those criminal organizations that exploit the global infrastructure through which international trade, travel, and finance move.

HSI’s workforce of over 10,400 employees consists of more than 7,100 special agents assigned to 220 cities throughout the United States, and 80 overseas locations in 53 countries. HSI’s international presence represents DHS’s largest investigative law enforcement presence abroad and one of the largest international footprints in U.S. law enforcement.

#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: Dec.29: 2021:

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(LONDON) NCA WANTED REPORT: The NCA is appealing for information on the whereabouts of a convicted money launderer who talked of moving up to £50 million out of the UK every month #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Dec.29: He was charged with multiple money laundering offences after further cash was located at his home, alongside evidence of frequent and suspicious trips to the United Arab Emirates.

#AceDailyNews NCA Report: Convicted money launderer who smuggled millions out of the UK WANTED: Abdul Fahad, 41, of Meads Lane, Ilford, was arrested by NCA officers in 2018 after bundles of cash totalling more than £100,000 were found in his car they are now appealing for help to find him?

Abdul Fahad x Cash

Fahad initially told NCA officers that the cash seized had come from life savings, and from the sale of property and stocks.

He also stated he was a sole trader dealing in cars and that he intended to pay the money into a bank to buy a car.

However, the investigation found that Fahad was in regular contact with Sathar Khan, a money launderer jailed in 2018 for attempting to board a flight to Dubai with almost £1.5 million pounds cash in his suitcases.

Officers recovered messages from Fahad’s phone, showing a handwritten note detailing a schedule of dates for travel to Dubai between himself and Khan.

Between 2017 and 2018, the two men made nearly 200 return flights with both frequently travelling out with a significantly greater weight of luggage than they returned with.

NCA investigators estimate that Fahad left the UK with an extra 379 kilos over the offending period, which would equate to around £5 million in cash.

Messages on Fahad’s phone also detailed conversations with another would-be cash courier, with one message reading: “Giv me some work too… so I can earn too.’

Further messages revealed that Fahad and Khan discussed sending two couriers per day on money laundering runs during July and August 2018.

Money laundering experts estimate that, if successful, this may have seen up to £50 million moved out of the UK in the period.

Fahad appeared before Southwark Crown Court in September this year, where he pleaded guilty to three money laundering charges. He was granted bail but later absconded.

He was sentenced in his absence to eight years in prison on 16 December.

Law enforcement partners in the UAE provided valuable assistance to the NCA investigation.

Jason Hulme, Operations Manager at the National Crime Agency said:

“Fahad was at the heart of a multi-million-pound money laundering conspiracy, moving cash which would have been derived from serious and organised crime in the UK and internationally.

“We are seeking information on his whereabouts in order that he is made to serve his prison sentence. We believe he could be in East London, particularly around the Ilford or East Ham area and has connections to Dubai and Sri Lanka.

“Anyone with information should report to the NCA Control Centre on 0370 496 7622 quoting Operation Blissless or anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

#AceNewsDesk report …..Published: Dec.29: 2021:

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(LONDON) Magistrates Court Report: A man has been convicted of stalking a woman in west London and was released on bail #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Dec.18: He was released on bail to next appear at the same court on Friday, 14 January 2022.

#AceDailyNews Court Report: Alexander Rodrigo Kaliszewski, 34 (17.01.87), of Longridge Road, Kensington and Chelsea appeared at City of London Magistrates Court on Thursday, 16 December where he pleaded guilty to stalking involving serious alarm/distress.

18 December 2021 08:00

Man convicted of stalking woman in west London

Kaliszewski was arrested and charged on Friday, 22 November with stalking involving serious alarm/distress. He was released on bail

From Sunday, 26 January to Tuesday, 4 August 2020, Kaliszewski continually messaged the victim, a woman aged 20s, on social media. He also engineered meeting her near to her home on a number of occasions.

Kaliszewski was not known to the victim.

Detective Constable Katie Newton said:

The fact that the victim did not know the defendant made this unwanted contact even more sinister and disturbing.

“Women and girls have right to feel safe online and in public and should not be subjected to forced contact from men they either don’t know, or with whom they don’t wish to engage.

“I hope the defendant’s admission of guilt brings the victim a measure of comfort, at the very least it will prevent the added pressure of going to trial.”

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Dec.18: 2021:

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(LONDON) Southwark Crown Court Report: A romance fraudster who conned a woman out of thousands of pounds and targeted hundreds more has been convicted after a National Crime Agency investigation #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Dec.10: Using the name ‘Tony Eden’, Aigbonohan struck up a ten-month relationship with the victim last year via a dating site and persuaded her to lend him money to buy machinery for his business overseas……

#AceDailyNews reports that a fraudster used dating sites and fake IDs to lure victims into giving him money: Osagie Aigbonohan, 40, originally from Lagos, Nigeria, used a number of aliases to contact women online through dating and social media sites, and in one case cheated a woman out of nearly £10,000.

Individual in question facing forwards

COURT CASE NOTES:

The victim made nine transfers into various accounts held under fake identities, with the money eventually making its way into a personal account held by Aigbonohan, which he used for everyday spending.

Data from Aigbonohan’s phone showed that he also received money from at least eight other victims and had been in contact with over 670 people in total.

One of the women targeted was terminally ill, with Aigbonohan continuing to pursue her even after she had passed away.

Officers from the NCA arrested Aigbonohan in July 2021. He was found to be carrying a false driver’s license at the time and had no legal right to be in the UK, having overstayed his visa from two years ago.

Records showed that despite living in Abbey Wood, London, he’d spent victim’s money in locations across London, Manchester and Glasgow.

Following his arrest officer’s conducted a search of his home address where they found footwear he’d purchased with store vouchers that could be linked back to one of the victims.

Aigbonohan appeared before Southwark Crown Court yesterday (3 December), where he pleaded guilty to charges relating to fraud and money laundering.

He will remain in custody until he is sentenced at the same court on 14 January 2022.

Dominic Mugan, NCA Operations Manager, said:

” Romance fraud is a particularly cruel crime that impacts victims both emotionally and financially, with victims often feeling like they’re the ones to blame.

“Aigbonohan showed total disregard for the victims in this case and was happy to commit further fraud by moving money between various fraudulently held accounts.

“It’s possible that he contacted more people than we know about, if you think you may have been a victim, or may be a victim in a similar case, we would urge you to report the details to Action Fraud.”

The NCA advise anyone using dating websites to avoid giving away too many personal details when speaking online to someone you’ve never met in person, as it can lead to your identity being stolen. You should stay on the site’s messaging service until you meet in person; don’t be tempted to switch to other platforms that offer less protection. And most importantly, no matter how long you’ve been speaking to someone online and how much you trust them, if you haven’t met them in person do not send them any money.

If you think you have been a victim of fraud you should report it to ActionFraud.police.uk and follow the advice of the Take Five to Stop Fraud campaign, which offers straight-forward and impartial advice to help people spot scams and protect themselves against fraud.

#AceNewsDesk report …………..Published: Dec.09: 2021:

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(LONDON) NCA REPORT: Officers have located an Albanian man who was a ‘convicted human trafficker’ and arrested him on on Friday night #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Dec.04: A convicted human trafficker will be removed from the UK for a third time after a National Crime Agency investigation to trace him: Lala has a long list of previous convictions.

#AceDailyNews reports that a convicted human trafficker to be removed from UK for third time after he was arrested, taken into custody and handed over to colleagues from Immigration Compliance and Enforcement for deportation. The date has not yet been set….

Individual in question facing forwards

NCA officers located Albanian Hazir Lala, 39, in Walthamstow, North London, on Friday night.

In April 2016 he was convicted in the UK of drunk driving, driving without insurance and possession and control of false ID documents – the offences were committed a few months earlier in February.

He was disqualified from driving for 15 months and jailed for six months.

He was arrested again in the UK on 4 September 2019 for organised immigration crime offences which had been committed in Belgium later in 2016. He was convicted in his absence in February 2018.

His extradition was ordered, he was arrested again and was returned to Belgium at the start of 2020 where he was sentenced for human trafficking and participating in a criminal organisation.

Despite being given a five-year sentence it was suspended and he was released after a few months. He was also ordered to pay a fine of 102,000 Euros but 51,000 was suspended.

Lala quickly returned to the UK and was arrested again under the Immigration Act 1971 on 20 February for overstaying.

A deportation order was signed on 7 April 2020 and he was deported to Albania on 19 August 2020.

But Lala slipped back into the country yet again.

NCA officers have been hunting Lala since July this year and arrested him on Friday night.

NCA regional head of investigations Jacque Beer said:

” Hazir Lala is a convicted human trafficker and has no place in the UK, his presence here presented an unacceptable risk to the public.

“Tackling organised immigration crime and human trafficking is a priority for the Agency.

“We saw with last week’s tragedy in the Channel, the horrendous dangers of organised immigration crime which the Agency and its partners are doing everything possible to combat.”

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Nov.04: 2021:

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(MARYLAND) Justice Dept Court Report: Two MS-13 Leaders Convicted of Racketeering Conspiracy and Conspiring to Commit Multiple Murders #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.25: According to court documents, MS-13 is organized into a series of sub-units or “cliques” that operate in specific geographic locations, and each clique is typically controlled by a single leader, sometimes known as the “First Word.” Alvarado-Requeno and Corea Diaz were both leaders of the Sailors clique. Corea Diaz held the title of Primera Palabra, or “First Word,” for the entire east coast. Alvarado-Requeno was the First Word of the Sailors for the Sailors in Maryland.

#AceDailyNews DOJ Court Report: Yesterday, a federal jury in Maryland convicted two El Salvadorian nationals for conspiring to participate in La Mara Salvatrucha, a transnational criminal enterprise, commonly known as MS-13.

Junior Noe Alvarado-Requeno, aka Insolente, aka Trankilo, 25, and Miguel Angel Corea Diaz, aka Reaper, 39, were convicted of multiple racketeering-related offenses. Alverado-Requeno and Corea-Diaz were both convicted on racketeering conspiracy, conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering, murder in aid of racketeering, and conspiracy to distribute controlled substances.

“MS-13 terrorizes communities across the western hemisphere using fear, violence, and intimidation,” said Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Polite, Jr. of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. “MS-13 exploits undocumented people and those communities that may not have easy access to law enforcement. This prosecution demonstrates the Department of Justice’s commitment to dismantling this criminal organization and protecting all people.”

“The brutal and tragic violence perpetrated by these MS-13 members and their fellow gang is totally unacceptable,” said U.S. Attorney Erek L. Barron for the District of Maryland. “The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Maryland and our local and state partners are working together to remove these violent gang members to keep our communities safe from the threat of MS-13. We will continue to work to bring to justice these transnational gangs, but we need the continued help of members of our communities in order to carry on our work against MS-13.”

“This investigation is an example of the dedication and hard work of not only the FBI, but also the Northern Virginia Safe Streets/HIDTA task force, and all our partners who work each day to fight the crime and violence that terrorize communities,” said Assistant Director in Charge Steven M. D’Antuono of the FBI’s Washington Field Office. “The FBI will continue to take steps to aggressively target and pursue leaders of transnational criminal gangs like MS-13, who have been involved in scores of criminal activity. These criminal acts, such as racketeering, murder, extortion, drug trafficking, money laundering, and witness tampering will not be tolerated, and these two guilty verdicts are clear examples of law enforcement’s resolve to eradicate these violent gangs.”

“This verdict not only deals a crippling blow for MS-13 operating on the east coast, it also represents a victory for the citizens terrorized by MS-13,” said Special Agent in Charge James R. Mancuso of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Baltimore. “The partnership of HSI, FBI, DEA, Montgomery County Police, Prince George’s County Police and Bedford County Sheriff’s Office makes for a strong team, and other criminal elements operating in the area should take notice; we will come after them as well.”

“Criminal organizations, drugs, and violence are inextricably linked,” said Administrator Anne Milgram of the Drug Enforcement Administration. “There is no better example than MS-13, which is notorious for its ruthless tactics to further its criminal activities. Today’s convictions will prevent these MS-13 leaders from inflicting brutality on our communities. DEA is committed to the tireless interagency and international efforts to remove the malignant presence of drug trafficking organizations and safeguard the health and well-being of Americans.”

According to evidence presented at the four-week trial, between 2015 and 2018, the defendants controlled and operated the Sailors Locos Salvatruchos Westside (SLSW or Sailors) through a pattern of racketeering activity, including murder, extortion, drug trafficking, money laundering, and witness tampering. Evidence showed that the gang ran a protection scheme in and around its home base in Langley Park, Maryland, and extorted local businesses by charging them “rent” for the privilege of operating in MS-13 “territory.” The gang also trafficked in illegal drugs, including marijuana, heroin, and cocaine. A large share of the proceeds of the gang’s illegal activities were sent to gang leadership in El Salvador to further promote the illicit activities of the gang, using structured transactions and intermediaries to avoid law enforcement scrutiny.

The Sailors Clique committed acts of violence against suspected rival gang members, as well as its own membership for breaking gang rules. In June 2016, Alvarado-Requeno ordered members of the Sailors Clique to murder a suspected rival in the woods at Malcolm King Park in Gaithersburg. Luring him with the promise of sex with a female MS-13 associate, the gang members ambushed the teenaged victim and stabbed him 153 times. In fact, the victim did not belong to any gang.

In March 2017, a member of the Sailors Clique who was hiding from law enforcement in the Lynchburg, Virginia, area had a dispute with a local high school student over marijuana. In response, Alvarado-Requeno and Corea-Diaz commanded a squad of MS-13 members to drive down to Lynchburg and murder this high school student. The gang members kidnapped the student from his front lawn and cut his hand off before killing him. After the murder, the defendants helped to hide and protect the killers from law enforcement.

Among the most important rules of MS-13 is the prohibition against talking to law enforcement, embodied by the maxim ver, oir, y callar – see, hear, and say nothing. The gang enforced this rule by placing a “green light” – an order to kill – on any member of MS-13 who was thought to be informing on the gang. In December 2016, Alvarado-Requeno directed and participated in the murder of a 14-year-old member of MS-13 who was suspected of talking to the police. The boy’s remains were discovered eighteen months later in the woods outside of Germantown, Maryland.

The jury made special findings beyond a reasonable doubt that as part of the racketeering conspiracy, Alvarado-Requeno murdered two other individuals and, as part of the racketeering conspiracy, Correa Diaz conspired to murder a third person.

Alvarado-Requeno was convicted of three counts each of murder in aid of racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering and conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana and cocaine. Corea Diaz was convicted of one count each of conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering and murder in aid of racketeering; conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana, cocaine, and heroin; and possession with intent to distribute heroin. Alvarado-Requeno and Corea-Diaz each face mandatory sentences of life imprisonment.

The FBI’s Washington Field Office, HSI Baltimore, the DEA’s New York Field Division and Baltimore District Office, Prince George’s County Police Department, Montgomery County Police Department, and Bedford County Sherriff’s Office investigated the case. Nassau County District Attorney’s Office provided valuable assistance.

Trial Attorneys Julie Finocchiaro and Alexander Gottfried of the Justice Department’s Organized Crime and Gang Section and Assistant U.S. Attorney Timothy Hagan of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland are prosecuting the case.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Nov.25: 2021:

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(LONDON) Wood Green Crown Court: A man has been convicted of attempted that took place on Sunday, 4 April, after police received an incident report at a property in Camden #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.06: Officers attended and spoke to the victim, a woman in her 20s, who said she had been attacked by a housemate who had recently moved in: She was provided with specialist support from officers and taken to a nearby hospital: She said: “After the trauma and disgust I am facing from the attack, I am very happy with the result of the trial: I am hoping this is the start of my journey to recovery from my worst experience created by his actions. Thank you to the Police, CPS and Women’s Solace for helping me through the trial and investigation.”

#AceDailyNews Court Report: Daniel Bilan (18.09.93) of Camden, NW5, has been found guilty of attempted rape today and will be sentenced at the same court on Tuesday, 21 December.

[Convicted: Daniel Bilan]

Detective Sergeant Joel Gregory, from Central North’s Serious Sexual Offence team, said: “The victim in this case showed great courage in providing evidence during the trial which left the jury in no doubt as to Bilan’s guilt: I would also like to commend her housemate for calling 999 after hearing the attack, allowing us to attend the scene very quickly and arrest Bilan almost immediately: We take all reports of sexual offences incredibly seriously and we hope this case shows we will do all we can to bring offenders to justice.”

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Nov.06: 2021:

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(LONDON) Basildon Court Report: Work by specialist detectives have led to a man who indecently assaulted a teenage girl in 1996-198 has been convicted on Friday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.02: Our Quest team carried out the investigation into the allegations and charged the 63 year-old McKenzie, of the Grove, Southend with a number of offences: He denied them but, following a trial at Basildon Crown Court, was found guilty of indecent assault on Friday 29 October: He’s due to be sentenced at the same court on 10 December.

#AceDailyNews Court Report: Historic Sex Assault: A Southend man convicted of indecent assault dating back to 1990s: Michael McKenzie assaulted the girl between 1996 and 1998 in Southend: He was arrested after the victim reported what had happened in July 2019.

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Detective Sergeant Shirley Cole, from our Quest team, said: I want to praise the victim for her bravery in reporting what happened to her and for the courage she has shown throughout the investigation and court process: These offences have had a significant impact on her as she has grown older and become an adult: I hope this conviction shows it is never too late to get justice, no matter when the offences took place: Michael McKenzie preyed on the victim and now faces the prospect of time behind bars.”……..Our Quest team is a specialist unit set up in 2019 which investigates allegations of non-recent child abuse: The remit for the cases they investigate are that the offences took place more than a year ago and that the victim was under 18 at the time but is now over 18…..

DS Cole said: Quest was established to balance the competing demands of historic and recent abuse investigations. Rightly, the investigations where children are currently at risk are the priorities but that meant non-recent matters were less of a priority and their progress was slowed: Now we’re able to give the victims the service they deserve and the investigations the time they require: People think it’s word against word and we’ll never be able to find proof, but we know what the CPS want in terms of getting these cases charged. There’s lots we can do: It can take time to bring these investigations to court but we are now beginning to see a lot of our cases coming to trial.”……Quest contact all victims in ongoing cases at least once every 28 days but increase the frequency when they think more support is required: The team also work very closely with independent sexual violence advisors (ISVAs) and encourage victims to engage with SynergyEssex – an umbrella organisation of specialist charities who provide support to victims of sexual violence and abuse all the way up to trial…..

You can also find out the support provided to victims of sexual offences: https://www.essex.police.uk/news/essex/news/news/2021/june/essex-how-we-support-victims-of-rape-and-sexual-assault/

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Nov.02: 2021:

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(SOMERSET, U.K.) Court Report: A woman who killed her husband has been convicted of murder after stabbing him a number of times at their home in Somerset in 2020 #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.30: The 999 call was played out to the jury during the trial. Wife Penelope Jackson could be heard taking the phone from him, before telling the call-handler ‘I’ve stabbed my husband’ : On the phone call she described stabbing him in the chest and twice in the abdomen, adding she’d aimed for his heart, but he ‘hasn’t got one’. She said she’d ‘had enough’

#AceDailyNews Court Report: Woman found guilty of murder over husband’s death: David Jackson phoned the emergency services at about 9pm on Saturday 13 February and said he had been critically injured.

COURT NOTES: The court was told the pair had begun arguing that night following a row over dinner, culminating in Jackson stabbing her 78-year-old husband: Paramedics were sent to their home address in Parsonage Road, Berrow, but Mr Jackson was pronounced dead at the scene: Jackson was arrested and during a search of the couple’s home police officers discovered a note from her entitled ‘confession’. Jackson wrote her husband had been a good father but she had taken ‘so much abuse’ over the years.

COURT NOTES: Police had been called to the address on 23 December 2020 with Jackson reporting being afraid of her husband. Medical experts considered whether his actions could have been linked to a neurological procedure he underwent two days prior and made changes to Mr Jackson’s care as a result: No further calls were made to police by the couple in the seven-and-a-half weeks preceding Mr Jackson’s death: Jackson, 66, denied one count of murder. Following a two-and-a-half week trial, the jury found her guilty by majority verdict, after more than 10 hours of deliberation: Judge Martin Picton handed Jackson to a life sentence of which she’ll spend a minimum 18 years in prison, minus time already served in custody: He said he did not detect a shred of remorse and that Jackson chose to stab her husband to death.

Temporary Detective Chief Inspector Roger Doxsey said: “This is a deeply tragic case, which centred around suspected physical and mental abuse: I’d like to pay tribute to David Jackson’s family at this difficult time. The past few months have been tortuous for them and they have shown incredible courage throughout this undoubtedly painful legal process: They continue to receive support from a specialist officer and have understandably asked for their privacy to be respected as they look to come to terms with what has happened over the course of this year.”

#AceNewsDesk report ………………..Published: Oct.30: 2021:

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(LONDON) Old Bailey Court Report: Three men have been convicted of the killing of a 23-year-old man who was fatally stabbed in Haringey in May last year #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.26: Abdul Gaffer, 25 (09.05.96), of Grangefield, Marquis Road, pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Thursday, 23 September.

#AceDailyNews Court Report: Three men have been convicted following the ‘fatal stabbing’ in Haringey in 2020: Tyrese Annan, 20 (23.02.01), of Sterling Road, Tottenham and Mizuki Brown, 25 (23.04.96), of Margery Street, WC1, were found guilty of the manslaughter of Jemal Ebrahim after a three-week trial at the Old Bailey on Friday, 22 October: They will be sentenced at the Old Bailey on Tuesday, 26 October.

[Victim: Jemal Ebrahim]

CASE NOTES: The court heard police were called to Russell Road, N15, on 13 May 2020 to reports of a stabbing: Jemal was found seriously injured and was treated at the scene by LAS medics. He was then taken to a north London hospital where he later died from his injuries: A post-mortem examination gave the cause of death as a stab wound to the leg after his femoral artery was severed: It was the prosecution case that Brown and Annan arrived at the scene in a silver Nissan Qashqai driven by Gaffer on a ‘ride-out’ intent on attacking any member, or perceived member, of a rival gang: CCTV footage showed that Jemal was chased into an alleyway between Braemar Road and Southey Road. He was chased out of the alleyway by three youths, at least two of whom were armed with large knives: At least two of the youths caught up with him and then ran off. CCTV captured three men running back towards the silver Nissan Qashqai and then getting in, before it rapidly left the area. It was the prosecution case Annan and Brown were involved in the chase and stabbing and Gaffer was the driver of the car: CCTV analysis tracked the movement of the Nissan, which stopped in Effingham Road, N16. Brown, Annan and Gaffer were all then identified walking along streets in this area a short time later: All three were arrested and charged in connection with Jemal’s death on 15 June 2020: Five days after Jemal’s killing, in an apparent ‘tit for tat’ act of violence, Chad Gordon was shot dead on the Wiltshire Gardens Estate, just off Green Lanes. At least one of the gunmen involved in the shooting was a friend of Jemal Ebrahim. Chad was the victim of mistaken identity and had no gang links whatsoever.

Detective Inspector Andy McDonald, said: “Jemal Ebrahim was a young man who was endeavouring to make the best of his life. Having gone to China to study business and learn their language. He had a bright future ahead of him. He had returned to the UK and his return to China was hampered by Covid restrictions. Sadly, he was befriended and exploited by other young men in the locality who were embroiled in an all too common problem within our great city – postcode ‘gang’ wars. Where sadly, Jemal paid with his life as a result of the unprovoked, violent and indiscriminate actions of those that have been found / pleaded guilty: Young men who were prepared to drive to a neighbouring part of London in a vehicle armed with large knives. This stupid, pointless and cowardly attack resulted in several revenge ‘tit for tat’ incidents, where shots were fired before the tragic murder of Chad Gordon: This has been an extensive and diligent investigation by my team. However, we have been unable to positively identify and bring to justice two other men who were in the vehicle used by the attackers, and are equally as guilty. Whilst I am pleased that these verdicts can bring some closure to Jemal’s family, this investigation is not over.

“If anyone has any information that can lead to the identity and conviction of these individuals can I urge you to contact 020 8358 0200quoting Operation SCHOLES or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 where your information will be treated in the strictest confidence.”

#AceNewsDesk report ……………..Published: Oct.26: 2021:

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(LONDON) Old Bailey Court Report: A man has been convicted of the murder of a man whose body was discovered in a Walthamstow park in August 2020 #AceNewsDesk report

#AceDailyNews reports that Richard Michael Hand 43 (31.01.78), of Falmouth Way, Waltham Forest, has been found guilty of E17 murder of Yassar Moussa after a two-week trial at the Old Bailey.

GUILTY: Richard Michael Hand

He was also convicted of the attempted murder of another man, who he attacked with an axe, in January last year, and was also convicted of being in possession of an offensive weapon in relation to that offence.
He will be sentenced on Tuesday, 19 October.

CASE NOTES: The court heard Hand was arrested on 29 August 2020 after 37-year-old Yassar’s body was discovered in undergrowth near a brook in St James Park, E17 five days earlier: A post-mortem examination held on 25 August found the official cause of death to be a stab wound to the neck: An investigation was launched by homicide detectives from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command and it was established that Yassar last communicated with his friends on 22 August: CCTV enquiries revealed he had travelled to Falmouth Way, the location of Hand’s home address that day. Yassar’s phone records also showed he spoke to Hand that day: After he was arrested, a search of Hand’s home address revealed Yassar’s bloodstained clothing in some communal bins outside, as well as a bent knife and a substantial amount of cleaning material, including a number of bottles of bleach: Inside the address, there was also a strong smell of bleach and DNA swabs from a leather sofa were matched to Yassar: Hand was charged with murder on 30 August 2020: The murder took place when Hand was on bail for the attempted murder of a 56-year-old man who he hit on the head with an axe at an address in Fortrose Gardens, SW2, on 29 January 2020; The court heard Hand, who was friends with the victim, had hit him over the back of the head in a completely unprovoked attack: The victim suffered a fractured skull, two deep cuts on the back of his head and a deep cut to his hand: Hand was arrested and charged with this offence on 30 January 2020 and he appeared in custody at Camberwell Green Magistrates’ Court the next day: He was remanded in custody until he was released on bail after a hearing at the Old Bailey on 22 July 2020.

Detective Chief Inspector Laurence Smith, the lead investigator, said: “Richard Hand is a dangerous man who has launched two unprovoked attacks on men who thought they were his friends: I am glad he has now been brought to justice and is likely to be sentenced to serve a significant portion of the rest of his life in jail.”

#AceNewsDesk report …………….Published: Oct.17: 2021:

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(GRT MANCHESTER) Crown Court Report: A an unnamed teenager and a man from Leigh have been convicted of murder following the fatal stabbing of a father in Leigh in March this year #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.13: Following a trial at Manchester Crown Court and after previously pleading guilty to murder and section 18 assault, a jury today (11 October) found Liam Bailey (25/10/2002), of Diamond Street, Leigh, not guilty of robbery and attempted robbery but guilty of one further count of robbery……

#AceDailyNews reports that a 17-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was found not guilty of section 18 assault, robbery and murder but guilty of inflicting bodily harm and manslaughter and a 16-year-old boy, who also cannot be named, was found guilty of murder and not guilty of robbery and attempted robbery after father found stabbed to death in canal in March of this year….

CASE NOTES: The court heard how in the early hours of Thursday 25 March 2021, all three males had lured 33-year-old Scott Anderton from Leigh town centre to a stretch of canal nearby: It was here that Mr Anderton was subjected to a violent assault, resulting in him sustaining 37 stab wounds to his body and blunt trauma injuries to his head before being pushed into the canal and left to die: He was sadly pronounced dead at the scene after police were after a woman discovered a body floating in the canal at around 7am.

All three males are expected to be sentenced on Friday 12 November.

Following today’s verdict, Detective Chief Inspector Liz Hopkinson of GMP’s Major Incident Team said: “I am pleased that a jury have been able to reach a verdict following these horrendous crimes and I commend Scott’s family for their courage and strength throughout what has been a lengthy and painful trial: This was a horrific and violent assault and we have been committed throughout this investigation to ensuring those responsible were held accountable for their heinous actions: These males now await what I suspect to be a lengthy custodial sentence and although sadly we are unable to reunite Scott with his loved ones, I hope today they feel a sense of justice being served.”

Speaking at the time of his death, Scott’s family described him “as the most caring, loving, kindest person you could meet” He made time for anyone he met and would always be there if anyone needed help. Even on the darkest of days Scott was always positive and had the cheekiest smile which was infectious…….Scott was our kid!……..Our family have been robbed of a son, dad, grandson, brother, nephew and uncle. There is an emptiness which can never be filled and our family will never come to terms with their loss………..The only comfort we can find in all this madness is knowing he will finally be at peace with his precious baby girl back in his arms…………….You are truly loved Scott”. We promise you will never be forgotten and your memory will live on so it’s not goodbye forever our kid but just goodbye for now………You will forever be our diamond in the mud.”

#AceNewsDesk report …………………Published: Oct.13: 2021:

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(LONDON) Old Bailey Court Report: A man has been convicted on Monday following a ‘fatal stabbing’ in Croydon in 2020 #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.30: Jones, who had sporadically been treated for mental health issues over the past seven years, attacked his mother’s partner Paul McCarroll in an unprovoked attack on the evening of 20 November 2020…..Jones’ mother described the attack as sudden and inexplicable, and that, apart from minor disagreements about Jones’ sometimes difficult behavior, the two men had shared a civil relationship…..

#AceDailyNews reports on trial of Nicholas Jones, 35 (10.08.86) of Oaks Road, Kenley pleaded guilty to manslaughter due to diminished responsibility and was sentenced to an indefinite custodial hospital order under the Mental Health Act 1983 following a trial at the Old Bailey on Monday, 27 September.

CASE NOTES: In the early evening on the day of the attack, Jones’ mother spoke with her son about when he was planning to go to sleep, said goodnight, and went upstairs to her own bedroom where she sat on the bed with her partner whilst they both browsed on their phones: At around 18:00hrs Jones climbed the stairs, rushed in to the room and plunged a 15 inch knife in to Paul McCarroll’s torso, which entered his left lung and severed a main artery. Jones then immediately rushed out of the house and called the emergency services, giving them his full name, the name of the victim and stating that he had stabbed his mother’s partner because he believed that he was trying to “mind control” him. He also told officers who arrived at the scene that he had been hearing voices in his head for years: Emergency services worked incredibly hard to try to save Paul’s life, but he was pronounced dead at 18:50hrs: Detectives reviewing the case found that in January 2018, Jones had informed his GP that he could hear multiple different voices, sometimes saying negative things to him. Jones said that he would be frustrated and angry about the voices and had thrown and broken objects when the voices were ‘winding him up’.

Paul McCarroll’s sister Mel said: “The loss of my brother Paul through this terrible act of violence has left an agonising trauma that will resonate with us all for as long as we live. His granddaughter has been denied the chance to grow up surrounded by the love Paul would have shown her: The sentencing cannot bring us peace. This tragedy could have been prevented. All we can hope for is that no other families have to suffer the same fate we have.”

Detective Sergeant Quinn Cutler of the Met’s Specialist Central Crime team said: “Nicholas Jones committed a crime which has ultimately rendered a family without a brother, father and grandfather: Though we know that Paul’s family will never get over the loss of their loved one, we hope that the support of our officers has helped them in some way to get through it.”

#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: Sept.30: 2021:

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(BIRMINGHAM, U.K) Crown Court Report: A man who brutally attacked another man before leaving him to die in a bathtub has today (27 September) been convicted of murder #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.28: Mr Ghafar suffered significant knife wounds and one of his arms had been severed after he was attacked across a number of rooms in Holly Road, Handsworth: Swaby fled through a kitchen window when officers arrived but he was quickly chased down and arrested..

#AceDailyNews reports that a killer is convicted over Handsworth murder after David Swaby inflicted more than 50 injuries on Hassan Ghafar during the early hours of 7 February this year…

CASE NOTES: The 34-year-old claimed he had been defending himself but offered no consistent version of events around what happened: After searching the address we found a number of items including knives, scissors, rolling pin, poles and a dumbbell containing 22-year-old Mr Ghafar’s blood: Swaby, of Holly Road, Handsworth, was convicted of murder following a trial at Birmingham Crown Court. He was remanded ahead of sentencing on 15 October.

Detective Inspector Ranj Sangha, who led the investigation, said: “This was a brutal and prolonged attack on Mr Ghafar who sustained blows across his body along with significant stab wounds: No-one should be put through such an ordeal and this has been a harrowing experience for Mr Ghafar’s family, who have had to live through what happened to him during the trial: We may never truly know what led to the events in Holly Road. We recovered CCTV showing the pair arriving at the address in the early hours of the morning with no hint of anything being untowards between them: Tragically, nothing can ever be done to bring Mr Ghafar back and our thoughts will always remain with his loved ones.”

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Sept.28: 2021:

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(INDIANA) Justice Dept Court Report: Project Safe Childhood: Jury Convicts Registered Sex Offender for Using Facebook to Conspire to Produce Child Pornography #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Aug.19: According to court documents and evidence presented at trial, Lorenzo Johnson, 33, of Hammond, used a fake Facebook account to identify women with access to children who were experiencing financial difficulties. Johnson, a registered sex offender, offered those women money to take sexually explicit photos of minor children.

#AceDailyNews reports that a federal jury convicted an Indiana man yesterday for conspiring with multiple women to send him sexually explicit pictures of infants and young children and Johnson succeeded in persuading three co-conspirators to send him photos depicting the sexual abuse of infants and young children whom the co-conspirators knew…..

Johnson gave an interview to FBI agents stating that he had solicited the production of child pornography from other Facebook users as a means of blackmail. Johnson’s co-conspirators have been indicted for conspiring to produce child pornography. Johnson was previously convicted in 2009 in Illinois for aggravated sexual abuse involving a minor.

“This verdict sends a strong message that people who sexually abuse young and helpless children — and those who memorialize and disseminate that abuse — will be held accountable,” said Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Polite Jr. of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. “The Department of Justice is committed to utilizing its resources to track down these offenders and rescue victims of pernicious sexual exploitation.”

“My office will not tolerate crimes against children, and we will continue to partner with federal, state and local agencies to investigate and prosecute individuals whose criminal conduct harms and exploits such vulnerable victims,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Tina L. Nommay for the Northern District of Indiana. “I wish to thank the attorneys with the Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section of the U.S. Department of Justice for their invaluable assistance in this case.”   

Child sexual abuse and exploitation is one of the FBI’s top investigative priorities and this conviction demonstrates our commitment to stopping these unthinkable offenses,” said Assistant Director Calvin Shivers of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division. “The FBI will use every resource in its power to fully investigate and bring to justice those that prey on the most vulnerable of victims. As a result of the tireless work and close coordination with our state and local law enforcement partners, Johnson will be held accountable for his actions and will no longer be a threat to our community.” 

“Sexual predators who prey on the most vulnerable members of our society and believe they can elude federal law enforcement will be investigated, identified and will find themselves in prison,” said Special Agent in Charge Paul Keenan of the FBI’s Indianapolis Field Office. “This verdict demonstrates the FBI’s commitment to investigating cases such as this with a sense of urgency to ensure there is one less predator victimizing our children.”

Johnson was convicted of three counts of conspiracy to produce child pornography, one count of distribution of child pornography, and one charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm. He is scheduled to be sentenced on Dec. 17, and faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 25 years and a maximum penalty of 180 years in prison. A federal district court judge will determine any sentence after considering the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.

The FBI’s Indianapolis Field Office, the Cook County Sheriff’s Office and the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office investigated the case.

Trial Attorney Eduardo Palomo of the Justice Department’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section and Assistant U.S. Attorney Molly Kelley of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Indiana are prosecuting the case.

This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse, launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice. Led by U.S. Attorneys’ Offices and CEOS, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the internet, as well as to identify and rescue victims. For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit www.justice.gov/psc.

#AceNewsDesk report ……Published: Aug.19: 2021:

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(HOVE, U.K.) Crown Court Report: A man who sexually assaulted young children and was actively seeking opportunities to offend again has been convicted of 14 counts of child sexual abuse after a NCA investigation #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Aug.04: Harvey had a catalogue of almost 9,000 indecent images of children and 630 prohibited images on his electronic devices, which he had collated between 2015-2020. Of those were 860 category A images (the most severe), 1,290 category B and 6,984 category C.

#AceDailyNews reports that a man who abused a toddler sought out jobs where he’d have access to children Keats Harvey, a 24-year-old American national, groomed and sexually assaulted four children, the youngest of whom was a toddler: He will be sentenced at the same court on 8 October 2021.

Keats Harvey custody image

He was arrested by NCA officers at his home in West Wittering, Chichester, in May 2020.

The NCA uncovered a large number of chat logs and emails in which he had sent and received these images from other likeminded individuals, as well as admitting to having molested three young children.

Investigators subsequently identified four children who had been abused by Harvey, all of whom were under ten-years-old and have since been safeguarded.

He met his victims through other adults he knew and assaulted one of the children whilst at a party.

Harvey made multiple further attempts to meet and abuse children by befriending vulnerable adults with kids and applying for jobs at places where we knew he would have access to children, including hospitals and nurseries.

Through their investigation into Harvey, NCA officers identified another American national they suspected had sexually abused an eleven-year-old boy.

Intelligence was shared with US authorities based in Seattle and the man, a teacher, was arrested and the child safeguarded.

Yesterday (29/07/2021) at Hove Crown Court Harvey was found guilty of six counts of possessing indecent images of children (categories A-C), two counts of possessing prohibited images, two counts of taking and one of distributing an indecent photo of a child, two counts of assaulting a child under 13 by touching, and meeting a girl under 16 following grooming.

Peter Stevens, Branch Commander at the NCA, said: “Keats Harvey was conducting very serious offending, not just online but by physically abusing young children: On top of this, he was actively trying to befriend adults who had children and had researched jobs on the internet, at hospitals and nurseries, all with the aim of gaining access to children: In my view he is an offender whose behaviour was escalating in terms of the severity of the offending he was trying to commit.

“Prosecuting individuals like Harvey who pose a sexual risk to children is a priority for the NCA: My team worked tirelessly, with support from the Crown Prosecution Service, analysing reams of particularly disturbing material to build the case against him and ensure he would face justice: “We also worked closely with policing partners to identify offenders and safeguard victims. In this case, Sussex and Hampshire Police provided significant support to the investigation.”

#AceNewsDesk report ……Published: Aug.04: 2021:

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(LONDON) Old Bailey Court Report: A man has been convicted of a series of random brutal attacks and stabbings #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – July.11: The court heard that shortly after 06:00hrs on 21 April 2020, the victim arrived outside her work address in Islington ready to start her shift: As she walked through the parking area, she heard someone running behind her and felt a bang to the head. She was then stabbed repeatedly, in a sudden and brutal attack: The attacker ran off, taking the weapon with him: The victim was taken to a hospital in central London with four stab wounds to her head, neck and left shoulder. Fortunately she survived.

#AceDailyNews reports a man has been convicted of attempted murder and two other stabbings: Evans Innocent 45 (19.02.1976) of no fixed abode, was found guilty of one count of attempted murder, two counts of wounding with intent and seven counts of possession of an offensive weapon on Tuesday, 6 July. This follows a four-week trial at the Old Bailey and he will appear at the same court for sentencing on Friday, 10 September.

Convicted: Innocent Evans

POLICE CASE NOTES: The following day when police returned to the area to continue examining the scene of the attack for reassurance and safety patrols, they saw the defendant on the street who was armed with four weapons. Officers arrested him at the scene on 22 April 2020: One of the weapons in the defendant’s possession was a black-handled knife with a large blade: The knife was examined by a forensic scientist and the victim’s DNA was recovered from the tip end of the blade: In addition to the knife, police seized an iPhone XS with a SIM card, four oyster cards and clothing including a black jacket and a black balaclava: Officers used a range of tactics at their disposal to link him to two other occasions where a member of the public had been randomly stabbed; on 3 April 2020 and 7 April 2020. This was despite his extensive attempts to disguise his identity with masks and gloves: In each case, data from the mobile phone and oyster cards found in Innocent’s possession at the time of his arrest, and CCTV taken from the surrounding areas, showed him to be in the vicinity at the time of the attacks: Innocent denied all allegations in interview and was charged on 24 April 2020.

Detective Constable Russell Harvey said: “This was a series of premeditated, unprovoked attacks without any warning or motive. Innocent deliberately went out on the streets looking to cause harm to people in the community and his actions were nothing short of horrific: Thanks to a dedicated investigation by Central North CID officers, the suspect was quickly identified and linked to further offences by CCTV, Oyster card and phone data. I am overwhelmingly glad that we could bring some closure and justice to the victims who suffered through such awful ordeals. These random attacks left them with serious injuries and it is incredibly fortunate that they all survived: The result today reflects the violence of Innocent’s actions. It is undeniable that a very dangerous man has been taken off the streets. The Met remains committed and dedicated to tackling violent crime and removing dangerous weapons from our communities and putting and violent offenders behind bars.”

#AceNewsDesk report …..Published: July.11: 2021:

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(LONDON) Kingston Crown Court Report: A teenager has been convicted on Tuesday after stabbing a man during an attempted robbery in Kew #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – June.25: Police were called shortly before 08:00hrs on Sunday, 20 January 2019 to a report of a stabbing in Royal Parade, Kew: The victim, a 57-year-old man, was walking to his car when he was attacked by a man attempting to carry out a robbery. He was taken to hospital where his injuries were confirmed as not life-changing or life threatening:

#AceDailyNews says ……Isaac Musoke, 18 (17.07.02) of Perran Walk, Brentford was found guilty of grievous bodily harm and attempted robbery following a trial which concluded at Kingston Crown Court on Tuesday, 22 June.

Convicted: Isaac Musoke

Convicted: Isaac Musoke

Detectives from South West Command Unit CID launched an investigation to identify the man who carried out the attack: A knife with the victim’s blood on it was recovered from the scene of the stabbing. A DNA match was also found on the handle of the weapon, matched to Isaac Musoke: Officers arrested Musoke on Thursday, 9 July 2020 and he was later charged with GBH and attempted robbery.

Detective Constable Richard Roberts, who led the investigation, said: “This was an opportunistic crime that began as an attempted robbery but resulted in a violent stabbing. Thankfully, those injuries were not life threatening but I’m sure this incident will have had a long lasting impact on the victim: I hope that this conviction demonstrates that the Met will not tolerate any form of violent crime. We are determined to track down violent offenders and we will use all the tools at our disposal to bring them before the courts.”

Detective Inspector Grahame Horwood, from South West CID, added: “Tackling violent crime is a priority for the Met and we know all too well the heart breaking impact that knife crime can have on families and communities in London: It is vitally important that Londoners share any piece of information about knife crime they may have. I understand that picking up the phone to share what you know may feel hard, no matter how small or insignificant you think it is, but your information could prevent serious injury or save someone’s life.”

Hard calls save lives. Are you close to someone on the fringes of knife crime? Do the right thing, please give information, 100 per cent anonymously, through the independent charity Crimestoppers. No piece of information about knife crime is insignificant or too small. Any information you give to Crimestoppers can make a difference in reducing knife crime and the harm it causes to families:

Crimestoppers never ask your name and they cannot trace your call, your IP address or the device you use. Fill in their quick online form or call 0800 555 111. It could save a life:

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: Jun.25: 2021:

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(SCOTLAND) Glasgow Court Report: A former prison officer has been told he must serve a minimum of 20 years for murdering his friend and dumping her naked body in a forest in April 2019: #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – June.23: Ross Willox, 42, killed Emma Faulds, 39, after a party at his house in Monkton, South Ayrshire, in April 2019: The youth worker’s body was found six weeks later after CCTV and mobile phone analysis was used to narrow down the remote search area:

Emma Faulds Murder: ‘Ross Willox jailed for at least 20 years after he was convicted of the murder at the High Court in Glasgow last month’

BBC Police Scotland

On Tuesday, he was jailed for life and ordered to serve at least 20 years before he can apply for parole.

Judge Lord Mulholland told him: “Only you will know what happened in your house that night that led to you killing your friend.

“Having murdered her you created an elaborate scheme to cover up your crime.”

He said that Willox placed Emma’s body in a shallow grave and covered it up, and tried to ensure it would decompose more quickly by placing it in a wet area.

Lord Mulholland added: “You hoped it would never be found and her devoted family would have to spend the rest of their lives wondering where she was and if she was alive or dead.”

It is still not known why or how Willox killed Emma, whom he had been friends with since they worked together as prison wardens at HMP Kilmarnock.

Detectives said the pair, who had a platonic relationship, had agreed to meet at his house in Monkton for a party on Sunday 28 April 2019.

At about 20:00, Emma messaged a friend to say she planned to have a few drinks and stay over.

Missing posters were distributed soon after Emma disappeared

Emma was usually in frequent contact with her loved ones, but no-one heard from her the following day.

Her mother, Margaret, said this was “totally out of character”.

The alarm was raised on 30 April after Mrs Faulds learned that Emma had not turned up for work at Kibble School in Paisley.

When police officers broke in to Emma’s flat in Kilmarnock they found that her pet dog, Maverick, was home alone.

As the last person to see her alive, Willox became the immediate focus of the investigation, codenamed Operation Solzen.

PA Media: Police and forensic teams at Willox’s house in Monkton, South Ayrshire

He told officers that Emma had decided to drive back to her flat, which was less than nine miles away, at about 23:00. 

He said Emma had been “positive and upbeat and enjoying herself” and was talking about her forthcoming 40th birthday.

The trial heard he twice called the police for updates on the case and gave different accounts to Emma’s sister, Sarah, about how she left his home in Monkton.

Footage from a dash-cam revealed that Emma’s car was parked outside Willox’s house at 17:39 on April 28.

But at about 07:25 the following day Emma’s neighbour told the jury he saw a man driving the vehicle in Fullerton Street, Kilmarnock.Emma Faulds murder: CCTV shows killer cleaning woman’s car

The driver was also captured on private CCTV wiping down the interior of the car. Willox’s DNA was later found on a seat lever.

The jury heard Willox did not join Emma’s family and friends when they put up posters and distributed leaflets after she was reported missing.

As the search for Emma intensified, experts began to plot Willox’s movements using CCTV and cell site analysis of his mobile phones.

They also discovered he used to build wind farms near the Galloway Forest, in Dumfries and Galloway.

He was caught on camera making two journeys to the remote area in the days following Emma’s disappearance.

CCTV footage was also discovered showing Willox going into various shops in Ayr and buying bleach, rubber gloves and tins of outdoor disinfectant.

Crown OfficeRoss Willox was seen on CCTV buying bleach, rubber gloves and outdoor disinfectant

Police drafted in search experts from the UK National Crime Agency, as well as an officer who had expert knowledge of Galloway Forest Park – which covers about 300 square miles.

By examining the cell site analysis from Willox’s phones and CCTV from the routes he took in the 48 hours after Emma vanished, digital forensic experts were able to narrow down the search area.

On 12 June, six weeks after Emma disappeared, her naked body was found in Glentrool Forest, east of Loch Moan.

A pathologist was unable to confirm how Emma died due to the “degree of decomposition”.

But the jury was told that soil found on boots owned by Willox was a 92% match for mud at the spot where the body was recovered.

‘Selfish, arrogant monster’

Prosecutor Paul Kearney told the jury Willox had made a “determined attempt to create a false narrative to conceal and destroy evidence”.

Donald Findlay QC, who was acting for Willox, said it would not be appropriate to express any contrition on behalf of his client, who denies he was responsible.

Mr Findlay added: “He is not the kind of person I would have expected to have found himself guilty of a crime of murder, murder of somebody that he knew and cared for – they cared for each other, not in any romantic sense, but as friends.

“Something catastrophic went wrong in the early hours of the morning, and one life was lost.”

Det Insp Peter Crombie described the killer as “a selfish, arrogant monster” and said he compounded the agony of Emma’s loved ones by failing to admit his crime.

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: Jun.23: 2021:

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