(WARWICKSHIRE, U.K.) Coventry Crown Court Report: A man who left a toddler with permeant brain damage has been jailed for 16 years #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.27: A man was jailed on Thursday for 16yrs after pleading guilty to wounding with intent ……

#AceDailyNews Court Report: A man who left toddler with brain damage jailed for 16 years: Michael Aubrey was jailed at Coventry Crown Court yesterday (Thursday 25 November) after previously pleading guilty to wounding with intent.

CASE COURT NOTES:

The 34-year-old hasn’t revealed how the 14-month-old boy was left with permanent brain damage or why he did it:

The boy, who had been left in the care of Aubrey at a house in Nuneaton in March 2018, was discovered by his mother when she returned home from work. He was unconscious and fitting on the floor:

The boy was rushed to hospital where doctors raised concerns the injuries were not accidental and Aubrey was questioned: A medical report established the child had been violently shaken and had his head hit off a wall:

Aubrey was the only person in the house at the time the injuries were caused and fell under suspicion and was eventually charged with wounding the boy.

He denied causing the injuries until the day before his trial when he finally pleaded guilty to wounding with intent. 

Aubrey, of Kenwyn Green, Exhall was also convicted of assaulting and theft from a woman in Leamington in 2019.

He will have to serve an additional five years on licence after being released from prison. 

Detective Constable Dave Moorman said:

” Aubrey is quite clearly an evil man who has caused horrific life-changing injuries to a defenceless toddler. He has shown no remorse for his actions and provided no answers to the victim’s family.

“This was a complex and emotive case for everyone involved and I hope the victim’s family can take some comfort from the conviction and the length of the prison sentence handed down to Aubrey. They have shown great bravery through this investigation and I would like to thank them for the support they have shown in helping send a very dangerous man to prison.”

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Nov.27: 2021:

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(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) Crown Court Report: Three men have been convicted for importing illegal firearms and ammunition into the UK in the post, before trying to sell them to organised criminals #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.09: The National Crime Agency launched an investigation after two semi-automatic pistols and hollow-point bullets were intercepted at Coventry Airport on 24 January 2020. Border Force officers recovered the weapons, which had been concealed in an electronic safe in a package labelled as car parts, sent from Orlando, Florida.

#AceDailyNews Court Report: Midlands trio launched mail order gun service: The parcel was addressed to a ‘John Bob Walton’ in Cambridge. Five days later, a man claiming to be Walton called Parcelforce asking where it was. NCA investigators traced the number back to Dion Roberts, 33, from Coventry.

firearms and ammunition laid on a table

Roberts and a second man, Keston Joseph, 33, were stopped by NCA officers, supported by West Midlands Police, on 31 January 2020 while driving on King William Street in Coventry. Both were arrested.

Joseph was released under investigation but Roberts was remanded in custody and his phone seized. Analysis of his messages showed that he had arranged the importation with a contact known as ‘Shotta’ who was based in Florida.

The messages also showed that they had successfully imported another semi-automatic pistol two weeks prior to Roberts’ arrest, using the same method. In audio messages, Roberts instructed Shotta to send the weapon in a safe that was insulated with carbon paper and to “just show them as car parts innit”.

He also assured him, “We make a lot o’ money bro. we make a lot of paper, a lotta lotta o’ paper there to be made”.

When arranging the second importation, Roberts asked Shotta to include five rounds of ammunition with each gun. Shotta warned against this as he thought they would give off a ‘certain smell’, but Roberts told him this wouldn’t matter due to the insulation in the safe.

Roberts and Joseph collected the package containing the first weapon on 11 January 2020. Officers recovered a photo from Joseph’s phone of him holding the gun, which had been taken that morning.

Phone records showed that following this, Roberts and Joseph were actively searching for buyers whilst simultaneously organising the shipment of the second package.

Roberts made contact with the third man, Dashan Caines, 46, from Birmingham, to bring him in on the conspiracy. Communication between the three men was ongoing and the investigation revealed they had travelled together to hide the safe.

With Roberts in custody and evidence secured against his co-conspirators, NCA armed officers arrested Caines and Joseph on 5 March 2020.

The safe was recovered two months later hidden in a bush near Roberts’ home with the firearm still inside. When NCA forensic scientists analysed the weapon, they discovered Caines’ DNA on it.

Today at Birmingham Crown Court, Caines and Joseph were found guilty of conspiring to acquire and sell prohibited weapons and ammunition following a five week trial.

Roberts pleaded guilty to the offences at an earlier hearing.

All three men will be sentenced at the same court on a date to be confirmed.

NCA Branch Commander Mick Pope, said:

“These men planned to build a business on selling illegal weapons to other criminals. They saw this only as a money-making scheme, paying no consideration to the danger firearms pose to the public.

“Criminals who own firearms – often those linked to the supply of illegal drugs – use them to instil fear, inflict violence and in some cases, to kill.

“The success of this investigation reinforces our commitment to protect the public and tackle this threat.

“We will continue to work with key partners, such as Border Force, to prevent illegal firearms from entering the UK.”

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

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(COVENTRY, U.K.) Crown Court Report: Three teenagers have been jailed after being found guilty of killing a man they lured to a park and stabbed to death #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.06: All of them denied murder. After a 10-week trial at Coventry Crown Court, Mansha and Tariq were found guilty of murder, while Arif was convicted of manslaughter. Mansha was also found guilty of possession of a bladed article.

#AceDailyNews Court Report: Three teens sentenced for luring man to park and killing him: Danish Mansha, Rimsha Tariq and Daiyaan Arif, all aged 18, used the internet to find someone who they believed wanted to have violent sex with women and enticed him to his death.

CASE NOTES:

Their victim, 29-year-old Sohail Ali, was lured to Summerfield Park by the promise of meeting a girl on 4 December last year.Danish Mansha: He’d been speaking with Tariq online before agreeing to meet with the girl in the park where Mansha, armed with a knife and a blank firing gun and Arif were lying in wait: Sohail was ambushed in the park at around 2.30pm. He was stabbed seven times and shot. He was attacked with such force the knife snapped and part of the blade was found embedded in his chest. He was rushed to hospital for treatment but sadly died just after midnight.Rimsha Tariq: After the attack the teenagers ran off, but CCTV footage captured as part of the investigation shows Mansha and Arif celebrating the kill with a fist-bump: Footage seized from every possible camera enabled homicide detectives to trace the teenagers and they were arrested on suspicion of murder a few days later.Victim – Sohail Ali: Lots of evidence was found on their mobile phones and although some of it had been deleted our digital forensics team was able to recover quite a lot of it. Conversations on messaging apps were cross referenced with those from the victim’s phone to piece together what happened: The teenage killers were in regular contact with each other in the days leading up to the killing and Tariq continued to chat to Sohail via WhatsApp and Instagram up until half an hour before he was killed.Daiyaan Arif: Following their arrests the teens refused to answer any questions about what happened, but in light of the forensic evidence – DNA, CCTV and digital – the Crown Prosecution Service authorised a murder change for all three teenagers on the basis of joint enterprise.

At sentencing yesterday:

  • Mansha, from Majuba Road, Birmingham, was jailed for life with a minimum of 19 years
  • Tariq, from Bevington Road, Birmingham, jailed for life with a minimum of nine years
  • Arif, from Apsley Road, Oldbury, Sandwell jailed for three years and six months

Detective Inspector Laura Harrison, from our homicide team, said:

This case is really sad. It was a completely senseless attack that took a life and changed three more forever: My officers have worked tirelessly on the case; and although today’s verdict can never bring Sohail back, I am pleased that we have been able to secure justice for him and his family. My thoughts are with them at this time.”

Following the sentencing Sohail’s family said:

We are pleased that the defendants were found guilty and sentenced today for the brutal crime they committed. Sadly nothing can bring Sohail back to us: Sohail was murdered needlessly and his life has been stolen from him. The pain that we suffer from his loss is overwhelming. He will forever remain in our hearts: We are truly grateful and thankful to the police and legal team who worked so hard on my son Sohail’s case to get him justice.”

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

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(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) WM Police Report: Officers able to name 15yr-old accomplice in drive-by-shooting in Coventry after reporting restrictions lifted #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.25: Carren Monga opened fire at Abdul Xasan from the back seats of a stolen VW Golf in March 2020 and when sentenced in January was told he’d spend a minimum of 27 years behind bars…..

#AceDailyNews WM Police UPDATE Report: Drive-by shooting killer identified for first time as name ban lifted: We can now name a man jailed for life almost a year ago for shooting dead a teenager in a Coventry street after a judge lifted reporting restrictions.

22nd October 2021

Carren Monga
Pictured: Carren Monga

Officers are able to name 15-year-old accomplice Riaz Ahmed, who was driving the Golf, but as Monga had outstanding court matters against him the judge imposed an identify ban on the gunman: However, the 19-year-old was sentenced last Friday (15 Oct) on two counts of conspiracy to burgle and the judge has now accepted our appeal to lift the order.

CASE NOTES: Getaway driver Ahmed sped away from the murder scene in the Golf Type R – stolen in Rugby the previous day – and arranged for others to set it on fire in an attempt to destroy forensic evidence: But the pair weren’t on the run for long: We quickly identified them as potential suspects and both were arrested in the early hours of the next morning after we raided their home addresses in Coventry: Both were electronically tagged at the time due to their suspected involvement in other offences – and we seized tagging information that showed they were in the street at the time of the murder: Shotgun cartridges found in the burned out car were also matched by ballistics experts to spent cartridges recovered from the murder scene: Despite strong evidence against them the pair denied murder – but following a four week trial at Birmingham Crown Court they were found guilty of conspiracy to murder: Monga received jail terms of 24 and 36 months for the Coventry burglary conspiracy – he struck at addresses in Beake Avenue, Greens Road and Boswell Drive in Coventry – which will run concurrently to his life sentence: Both he and Monga were linked to the C2 gang in Coventry while the victim – who’d been arrested just days before the murder for possessing an imitation gun – was connected to a rival group known as RB7: A post mortem revealed he suffered two gunshot wounds to his back which caused catastrophic internal injuries. He died in the street: Ahmed – now aged 16 – is serving a minimum of 18 years in youth detention followed by prison.

Abdul Xasan
Pictured: Abdul Xasan

Monga shot Mr Xasan – himself just 19-years-old – as he walked in Harnall Lane, Hillfields just after 2.30pm on 13 March 2020.

Detective Superintendent Scott Griffiths led the investigation: He said: “I’m grateful to the judge for allowing us to now identify Carren Monga as the murderer. It’s important we show justice being served to Mr Xasan’s family, friends and the wider public: These sentences must act as a stark warning about the dangers of gang affiliation: you run the risk of serious injury or death, or the possibility of spending much of your life locked up. There has to be a better option for young people: We can help people who want to turn their backs on gang culture. Along with our partners including charities and support groups, we can help young people make better choices: But for those who insist on affiliating themselves to violent gangs there is a very strong possibility they are going to be seriously injured, killed or spend much of their life locked up in jail.”

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

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(LEAMINGTON SPA, U.K.) Justice Centre Crown Court Report: A thug who knocked a man and woman unconscious in a street attack has been jailed – after brave passers-by stepped in to help detain him #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – July.29: The 32-year-old tried to start a conversation and following a verbal altercation he first lashed out and punched the man to the floor. He then repeatedly kicked the man, aged 20, who was on the ground….

#AceDailyNews reports that a thug has been jailed over savage street attack after Sebastiojonas Busauskas approached the pair, who were not known to him, in Trinity Street, Coventry, during the early hours of 7 September 2019.

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Sebastiojonas Busauskas

Busauskas, of Coundon Road, Coventry, pleaded guilty to inflicting grevious bodily harm and assault and was sentenced to four years in prison at Leamington Justice Centre Crown Court on Monday (19 July).

The 19-year-old woman tried to stop the attack but he then assaulted her, causing her to also lose consciousness: Two members of the public rushed over to intervene and managed to detain Busauskas ahead of officers arriving.

PC Mark Jervis, from force CID at Coventry, said: “This was a savage and senseless attack on two people he’d never even met before. There can be no justification for such violence: Thankfully, the victims were not seriously injured despite both losing consciousness for a while. It could have been a lot worse if the brave members of the public hadn’t stepped in and detained him.”

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

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(WARWICK, U.K.) Crown Court Report: Three men have been jailed for running a huge three-floor cannabis farm in an abandoned nightclub in Coventry #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – July.05: National Crime Agency officers, supported by colleagues from West Midlands Police, raided the property on Trinity Street on 15 October 2020.

#AceDailyNews reports that three Albanian nationals have been jailed for running an ‘industrial’ million pound cannabis farm in Coventry nightclub and face deportation after their sentence has ended.

INVESTIGATION: They had to smash through several reinforced doors to access the interior, which they found contained around 1500 cannabis plants spread across the building’s three floors. NCA experts value the haul at over £1 million” As well as the plants officers recovered sophisticated planting, growing and irrigation equipment, valued at around £150,000: The electricity supply at the property had been bypassed, with the equipment inside directly and illegally connected to the commercial supply from the street outside…………..Three men were arrested, Albanian nationals Andi Cani (aged 24) and Adrian Lleshaj (29) and Vietnamese national Cao Van Vu (31)………..Cani and Lleshaj attempted to hide on the roof of the building as officers entered, but were captured with the assistance of West Midlands Police drone unit, who were working with the NCA……………In interviews with NCA investigators, all three men admitted having paid people smugglers to assist them in entering the UK illegally.

The trio pleaded guilty to producing a controlled drug and today (29 June) a judge at Warwick Crown Court sentenced Vu to 40 months in prison, Lleshaj to 35 months, and Cani to 28 months: All three will face deportation after serving their jail terms.

NCA Branch Commander Mick Pope said: These men were involved in producing cannabis on an industrial scale. It is certainly the largest and most sophisticated cannabis factory ever found by the NCA: They were responsible for maintaining and storing drugs and equipment worth over a million pounds, which shows the wider criminal network behind this operation clearly trusted them: The takedown of this facility will have had a huge impact on the wider organised crime group, depriving them of potentially millions of pounds in profit, which would have been used to fund further criminality and exploitation.

“Our investigation continues.”……….

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: July.05: 2021:

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(WARWICKSHIRE) Coventry Crown Court Report: Seven people have been charged with murder on Monday with the death of a man in May.2020: #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Apr.15: The charges relate to an incident on Lower Leam Street on 28 May 2020: They all appeared at Coventry Crown Court on Monday 12 April) and will next appear on 28 May 2021:

Seven charged with murder – Leamington: ‘In connection with the death of 34-year-old Carl Moorhouse in Leamington last year’

They are:

•Tau Randall, aged 34 of St. Peters Road, Birmingham (also previously charged with conspiracy to commit GBH in connection with the investigation)

•Darnelle Sappleton, aged 22 of Farm Street, Birmingham (also previously charged with conspiracy to commit GBH in connection with the investigation)

•Callum Huburn, aged 29 of Park Road, Birmingham (also previously charged with conspiracy to commit GBH in connection with the investigation)

•Reuben Nall, aged 27 of Rookery Road, Birmingham (also previously charged with conspiracy to commit GBH in connection with the investigation)

•Javantry Scott, aged 23 of Osborne Road, Birmingham (also previously charged with conspiracy to commit GBH in connection with the investigation)

•Jamani Cunningham, 25 of Copthall Road, Birmingham (now also charged with conspiracy to commit GBH)

•Emma Bennett, aged 34 years of Wycken Court in Coventry, (now also charged with conspiracy to commit GBH)

Two other men – Terry Nall, aged 30 of Regents Road, Birmingham, and Adam Padley aged 26 of Mellis Grove, Birmingham – were previously also charged in March with murder and conspiracy to commit GBH in connection with the investigation.

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Apr.15: 2021:

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(BIRIMINGHAM, U.K.) Crown Court Report: Four members of a Coventry crime gang have been handed jail terms totalling 18 years after we linked them to dozens of car-key burglaries #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Apr.13: It’s estimated they stole high-performance cars with a combined value of £700,000 during the raids in Coventry, Leicestershire and Warwickshire:

Teens jailed for burglary spree in latest strike against Coventry gangs: ‘The quartet − all affiliated to the C2 gang in Coventry − struck almost 40 times in the space of four months between December 2019 and March last year’

12th April 2021:

We linked them to the break-ins through extensive phone work − recovering photos and video of them posing in stolen cars − plus examination of road cameras showing them making off from the violent raids.

And we also found DNA linked to one of the offenders in a BMW M140i − taken in Leicestershire on 11 December 2019 − that was found crashed in Coventry’s Silverdale Close 19 days later.
 
In the face of compelling evidence all four teenagers − three 17-year-olds and one aged 16 − admitted conspiracy to commit burglary and at Birmingham Crown Court on 8 April they were given custodial sentences, which combined – are just over 18 years – for their part in the burglaries.

As the offenders are under-18 we are not legally able to name them.

Coventry Police Detective Inspector Kerrie Martin, said: “Young men and, sadly, boys linked to this C2 gang are behind a lot of the violence we’ve seen in Coventry: “ We’ve now taken several members of the gang out of society where they no longer pose a danger to the public. And we will continue to pursue anyone who chooses gang life and causes fear and harm in our communities: “We have a dedicated gangs unit in Coventry that’s getting under the skin of these gangs and to disrupt their activity: “But for those who want to step away from gangs we can help. We work with partners to support anyone wanting to sever ties with gangs and get them on the path to a more fulfilling life.”

The group first struck on 8 December 2019 in Dawlish Drive, Stivichall, where they forced open a kitchen window before swiping keys to a Seat Ateca Cupra: We later recovered video from one of their phones showing them boasting about being in the £38,000 car and accelerating at speed. The Seat was found burned out and on false plates in Cleveland on 13 January: They went on to commit a string of violent break-ins where they kicked open doors, force windows or hurled bricks through windows to gain entry: Most offences were carried out during the day when residents were out but on occasions victims were threatened and assaulted: On Christmas Eve 2019 they tried kicking open the front door to a home in Stivichall Croft, Coventry, while a family were inside: And on 16 February a woman hid inside her bathroom after the gang broke into her home in Station Avenue, Tile Hill, before stealing a Mini: The final burglary on 8 March in Burbage, Leicestershire, also saw a couple take refuge in a bathroom while the thieves rifled through their home for keys to an Audi S3. They later told how they feared for their lives and had considered jumping from the window.

Det Insp Martin added: “These were really violent offences that left many victims terrified: “ Many of the offences were in broad daylight and in some the victims were at home. It was clearly a shocking experience for them and I hope the fact the offenders have been handed long jail terms will provide some comfort.”

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

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(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) JUST IN: WM Police Report: Officers are investigating after gun shots fired in Coventry on Monday night in the area of Foleshill #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.23: Officers responded to reports of a shotgun being discharged in Mansel Street, Foleshill, at around 7.10pm:

Investigation after gun shots fired in Coventry: ‘Officers are investigating after a man was injured when gun shots were fired in a Coventry street last night (22 March)’

23rd March 2021:

We discovered damage to the window of a property and since recovered casings from within the area.

No-one was found with injuries at the scene but a 19-year-old man later presented at hospital with pellets in his foot. His injuries are not serious.

Enquiries to establish the full circumstances around what happened are under way and we’re appealing for anyone with information to contact us.

This can be done via Live Chat, or by calling 101, and quoting 20CV/81899K/21. Alternatively Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111. Tell them what you know, not who you are.

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

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(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) WM Police Report:Officers recovered three knives and arrested two teenagers after responding to reports of a boy being chased by a group armed with weapons in Coventry #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.12: Officers quickly identified two suspects and they were detained in Draycott Road where the knives were recovered:

Knives recovered and teenagers arrested in Coventry: ‘A 16-year-old boy was approached by three youths in Blackberry Lane, Walsgrave, at around 3pm yesterday (10 March) He was pursued by the group, but thankfully managed to escape, as officers responded to a series of calls and rushed to the area’

‘The teens, aged 14 and 16, have been arrested on suspicion of possession of a bladed article and remain in custody for questioning: This is being treated as an isolated incident and we’re continuing with our enquiries’

11th March 2021:

We’re particularly keen to identify a third suspect and anyone with information or dash cam footage is asked to contact us via Live Chat or by calling 101. Quote 20CV/68807V/21.  

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Mar.12: 2021:

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(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) WM Police Report: Officers arrested a suspected drug dealer after our patrol officers spotted a package being exchanged in a Coventry park #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.09: Neighbourhood PCs were patrolling in Edgwick Park, Foleshill, on Saturday night when they spotted what they believed was a drug deal taking place:

Edgwick Park is subject to a Public Space Protection Order

Drug deal suspect arrested after exchange in ‘protected’ Coventry park: ‘Officers followed a man into Foleshill Road where he was detained and a large package of cannabis found hidden inside his trousers’

8th March 2021

A ‘burner’ phone and weighing scales were also recovered from the 19-year-old who was arrested on suspicion of possessing drugs with intent to supply.Edgwick Park is subject to a Public Space Protection Order

We’ve done lots of work in Edgwick Park in recent years as part of ongoing efforts to rid it of anti-social behaviour and drugs crime.

It’s seen us, alongside Coventry City Council, secure a Public Space Protection Order which means officers can move on groups of two or more if they engage in anti-social behaviour. 

And we also regular enforce Dispersal Orders in the park at weekend to keep people safe and ban people whose behaviour is a cause for concern.

Foleshill Police Sergeant Asa Morris said: “We’ve improved lighting, opened the park up by removing bushes, knocked down an old toilet block that was attracting drug misuse and put in more CCTV cameras: “ It’s an important open space for people to get exercise, enjoy and bring their children – and we will take a firm stance on anyone who threatens that or makes people feel uneasy: “ Edgwick Park is a key part of our patrol strategy and will continue to be so.

“If anyone sees any suspicious activity in the area then please call us on 999 so we can take action.”

The 19-year-old has been released under investigation to allow us more time to forensically analyse the recovered phone.  

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

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