(WARWICKSHIRE.U.K.) Warwick Court Report: A man has been jailed for 23 years after committing multiple non-recent sexual offences #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.19: The incidents took place in locations including: Wood End, Atherstone, Hurley and Birmingham when the girls were aged between five and 12 years old….

#AceDailyNews reports that a man jailed for more than two decades after being found guilty of multiple non-recent sexual offences: Philip Wood, formerly of Glenville Avenue, Atherstone, sexually assaulted three girls on numerous occasions over a ten year period between 1990 and 2000…..

CASE NOTES: In 2018 one of the victims came forward, which led to the 75-year-old being arrested by Warwickshire Police and after a complex three year investigation, he was subsequently charged with 34 offences in connection with the three victims.

Following an 11 day trial back in August, Wood was found guilty by a jury of:

• 28 counts of indecent assault of a girl under 14 years 
• five counts of gross indecency with a child/girl under 14 years

The jury found him not guilty of one count of indecent assaulting a girl under the age of 14 in relation to an incident that took place in Birmingham in the early 1990s.

And at Warwick Crown Court on Friday (15 October), he was jailed for a total of 23 years (20 years imprisonment with a three year extended sentence). 
He was also given a sexual harm prevention order (SHPO).

Speaking after the trial, Investigating Officer Detective Constable Kevin Usher said: “No sentence will ever be able to take away the pain and suffering Wood has caused, but I hope this will provide some sense of comfort and bring closure to his victims.

“I would like to thank everyone who has been involved in this case, which has been a particularly lengthy and complex one, for their hard work and commitment, but above all, I would like to pay tribute to the victims for coming forward.

“They have demonstrated immense bravery in disclosing what happened to them and thankfully Wood is now behind bars paying the price for his reprehensible crimes committed against young girls.

“I hope this case reassures anyone who may have been a victim of sexual abuse, either non-recent or current, that Warwickshire Police is committed to providing help and support to victims and bringing offenders to justice.

“We will always thoroughly investigate no matter when the abuse took place – there is help and support out there so please don’t suffer in silence.”

Anyone who has been the victim of a sexual offence is encouraged to report the incident to police by calling 101, where specially trained officers will help victims with care and sensitivity, and will work to get the right result for them with their wishes in mind. Always call 999 in an emergency.

There are a number of services available to people affected by sexual offences in Warwickshire. Click here for more information.

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

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(WARWICKSHIRE, U.K) BT POLICE REPORT: Officers investigating a sexual assault onboard a train believe the man in the (CCTV image below) could have key information to help their investigation #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.03: Officers believe the man shown in this CCTV image has information which could assist their investigation…..

#AceDailyNews report that ‘British Transport Police have issued CCTV images of a man who could help with further details over a sexual-assault on passenger that took place before 8pm on Sunday 22 August after a man boarded a train at Rugby, which was headed to Birmingham New Street station…Can you help?

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Do you recognise this man?

The man sat next to the victim, engaging her in conversation, before pressing up against victims’ legs twice.

If you know who he is then contact BTP by sending a text to 61016 or call 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 2100062583. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Oct.03: 2021:

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(WARWICKSHIRE) Crown Court Report: A rapist has been jailed for 20 years and his accomplices also put behind bars after a woman was raped at knifepoint, kidnapped and intimidated in a terrifying ordeal #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – June.10: The horror started when Dadwal came home drunk and high on cocaine to a property in Bedworth in November 2019 following an argument with his partner, who was aged just 19 at the time:

WARWICK: Knifepoint rapist told teenager he would “dump her body” after kidnapping her: Muhebullah (Mobei) Dadwal was sentenced yesterday (7 June) for raping his ex-partner at knifepoint before abducting and threatening to kill her, telling the terrified teenager he would “dump her body and police would never find her”.

8th June 2021

Dadwal
Muhebullah Dadwal has been jailed for 20 years

The 33-year-old assaulted her before taking a knife out, pressing it against her throat and raping her, telling her “it wasn’t rape as she was his girlfriend”. He also put her mobile onto airplane mode so that no-one could call her.

That night they went to the Coventry Hill Hotel and the next day he kicked the woman in the face and got out his knife out and raped her again.Muhebullah Dadwal has been jailed for 20 years

The teenager was too scared to report the incident at the time, especially as Dadwal, who was married with children, had threatened to kill her family members if she said anything to police.

She managed to separate from her abusive partner, however a few months later in February 2020 she was kidnapped by Dadwal while walking on Gordon Street in Coventry.

She instantly recognised his dark coloured Ford as it pulled up on the pavement and tried to run away, but Dadwal exited via the passenger side and grabbed her.

The teenager tried to resist at which point a man in the back seat of the car – later identified as Constantin Stan – grabbed her legs and Dadwal forced her inside before the driver made off.

Dadwal immediately began shouting and intimidating the woman, asking her who she had been seeing. He snatched her phone as she tried to call 999 and demanded to know the pin code, before smashing the device. 

They stopped at different locations all the while the 19-year-old was begging Dadwal to let her go. He then punched her and pulled out a knife, threatening to kill her.

They pulled up in a pub car park and the driver parked the car near to an alleyway. Dadwal told the woman “this was where he could kill her and dump her body” and “police would never find her”. She was then dropped back on the street.

Despite the shocking and distressing circumstances, she courageously contacted police and following this a wanted appeal was put out for Dadwal and on 3 March an anonymous call came into police identifying his location and he was arrested.

A full and comprehensive CCTV trawl around the kidnap site carried out by our officers, who recovered a camera looking at the exact point of where the victim was taken and which showed clear footage of the kidnap. Despite being shown this footage, Dadwal denied all charges.

The 33-year-old, of no fixed address, was found guilty of two knifepoint rapes, assault, kidnap and criminal damage and was sentenced to 15 years in prison with five years extended licence. He was also put on the sex offender registration for life and has an indefinite restraining order.A trial found Dadwal guilty of two knifepoint rapes, assault, kidnap and criminal damage

Constantin Stan, who was a back passenger and assisted Dadwel in getting the victim into the car, was arrested after trying to leave the country. The 31-year-old, of Holbrook Lane, Coventry, was found guilty of kidnapping and sentenced to two years and three months in jail and handed an indefinite restraining order.

Mobei Dadwel’s brother Wahidullah (Wahid) Dadwel pleaded guilty to witness intimidation. He sent messages to the victim whilst his brother was on remand offering her money to drop the charges against him.  Wahid Dadwel, age 30, of Deerhurst Road, Coventry, was sentenced to 12 months in prison and given an indefinite restraining order.

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A trial found Dadwal guilty of two knifepoint rapes, assault, kidnap and criminal damage

Detective Constable Jonathan Barker, from our Public Protection Unit, said: “This woman has shown remarkable courage during these proceedings and I hope her bravery will encourage other victims of sexual offences to come forward and have the confidence in us to seek justice and support them throughout their ordeal: Hopefully the 20 year sentence of Muhebullah Dadwal will be of some comfort to the woman and go some way to providing her with closure. People who have been raped often understandably struggle to come to terms with what has happened and it can have a devastating impact on their lives: “ We take reports of sexual offences very seriously, making it a priority to treat people with compassion and respect and work tirelessly to put perpetrators before the courts.”

At the end of the sentence at Warwick Crown Court, His Honour Judge Anthony Potter commended West Midlands Police on their work on the investigation.

If you’ve been sexually assaulted or raped, we’ve got specialist officers ready to support you: Call 101 to speak to someone or click here for help and advice: https://west-midlands.police.uk/your-options/rape

You can also pass information to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

#AceNewsDesk report ……Published: Jun.10: 2021:

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(WARWICKSHIRE, U.K) NCA REPORT: Three people have been charged after an amphetamine lab was found near Redditch on Tuesday (27 April) #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – May.02: All three are due to appear at High Wycombe Magistrates’ Court today (29 April).

Operation Venetic: ‘Three men charged after amphetamine lab found in Warwickshire used after cracking EncroChat network’

John Keets, 40, of Middle Meadow, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire; Keith Davis, 60, of Brayfield Lane, Chalfont St Giles, and Andrew Gurney, 50, of Middle Meadow Avenue, Quinton, Birmingham, were charged with various offences around the supply and production of drugs.

A 28-year-old woman and 36-year-old man – arrested at a building on the same site as the lab on Ullenhall Lane – have been bailed.

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Members of the organised crime group were believed to be running the drugs operation using the encrypted phone network EncroChat.

The NCA believes they were producing around one tonne of amphetamine per month – worth £2million at wholesale and up to £10million at street level – for distribution to criminals throughout the country.

NCA Branch Commander Peter Stevens said: “This illicit drugs lab was producing extremely large amounts of amphetamine for distribution to crime groups across the UK and into our communities, bringing with it violence, fear, and exploitation.

“The operation, which required a huge amount of planning to ensure it was conducted safely, will have had a huge impact on the organised crime groups involved, depriving them of commodity and profit.

“This work also shows the value and power of working with law enforcement agencies, including Warwickshire Police who have provided specialist resources, to take down high-harm criminals.”

ACC Alex Franklin Smith from Warwickshire Police said: “The illegal drug trade causes great harm to communities across Warwickshire and the rest of the country. We have worked closely with our colleagues in the NCA to support this operation with significant and specialist resources and are confident that the impact it will have on the organised criminal gangs involved will be huge.

“We are absolutely committed to tackling the drugs trade and protecting the people of Warwickshire from all the harms it brings. This operation once again sends out the message that this offending will not be tolerated in our county.  

“Such an operation taking place in such a quiet, rural location will no doubt have caused some concerns for people in the area. Our officers will be working with people in the local community in the coming days to provide reassurance.” 

Searches of the farm buildings are ongoing, with support from specialist teams from West Midlands Police, West Midlands Fire Service and the West Midlands Ambulance Service.

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: May.02: 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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(WARWICKSHIRE, U.K.) Warwickshire Police Report: Two people have been charged with murder in connection with the death of 34-year-old Carl Moorhouse in Leamington last year #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.15: Terry Nall, aged 30 of Regents Road, Birmingham, and Adam Padley aged 26 of Mellis Grove, Birmingham, were charged today (Thursday 11 March), with murder and conspiracy to commit GBH. They appeared at Coventry Magistrates’ Court (Friday 12 March) and we will update in due course:

‘Two charged with murder – Leamington & Five other people were also today charged with conspiracy to commit GBH in connection with the investigation’

They are:

•Jamani Cunningham, 25 of Copthall Road, Birmingham

•Tau Randall, aged 34 of St. Peters Road, Birmingham

•Darnelle Sappleton, aged 22 of Farm Street, Birmingham.

•Callum Huburn, aged 29 of Park Road, Birmingham

•Reuben Nall, aged 27 of Rookery Road, Birmingham.

Three of them will also appear at Coventry Magistrates’ Court tomorrow and two have been released on bail.

A 34-year-old woman from Coventry who was initially arrested on suspicion of murder has now been released with no further action.

The charges relate to an incident on Lower Leam Street on 28 May 2020.

Issued: HCB, Corporate Communications

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

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' Warwick School Children Have a Taste of Being Homeless for Charity '

#AceUKNews – WARWICKSHIRE – June 09 – Eleven and 12-year-old boys from Warwick School had a small taste of the life of a homeless person for a night to raise funds for a homelessness charity.

One hundred year seven pupils at the school spent a night sleeping in cardboard boxes outdoors as part of the school’s fundraising efforts for Emmaus, which aims to help homeless people find permanent living arrangements.

Not only did the boys have to sleep in cardboard shelters, but they also first had to build them, using plastic bags and tape to help make them as waterproof as possible.

And then to help gear up for the night, the youngsters took part in a variety of physical and mental challenges, including a bungee run, dodge ball game, a quiz and team building exercises. Then a chapel service was held, which included a talk given by a representative from Emmaus.

The boys were then served soup by their headteacher Gus Lock at 11.30pm, before they attempted to get some sleep.

Emmaus was founded in Paris in 1949 and was brought to the UK 40 years later. It has now branches across the country. To find out more about the organisation, visit www.emmaus.org.uk

Read More: Kenilworth Weekly News – http://tinyurl.com/kthpcud

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` Royal Regiment of Fusiliers March Through My Home Town of Warwickshire as Heroes '

#AceUKNews – WARWICKSHIRE – June 06 – Kenilworth’s closest regiment will return to a heroes’ welcome when they parade to claim freedom of the county.


​(STAGED in Jordan�"s expansive desert, Exercise Pashtun Links has an impressive track record in preparing Royal Engineers for the IED threat in southern Afghanistan. But the package, which is run every six months, can also be a highly valuable experience for those working in support of the training as well as the sappers undertaking its scenarios. Members of 2nd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers proved this recently when tasked with adding a high degree of realism to serials for the Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Search Task Force.The Cyprus-based unit, which is currently on standby to deploy to Afghanistan as the Theatre Reserve Battalion, made the most of the mission by undertaking some arduous live firing. Maj Jim Bird, officer commanding A Company, explained how the landscape of Al Humayma in the south of the country had offered his men the high degree of realism required to test their weapons and tactics to the max.. Around 100 personnel undertook various drills ahead of their main objective in

Troops from the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers will march through Warwick town centre today (Friday).

The second battalion- which has strong links to Warwickshire – will then be awarded the ceremonial freedom by Warwickshire County 
Council.

The battalion already has freedom of Warwick district. The latest honour will extend to the whole of Warwickshire and allow them to march with drums beating, colours flying and bayonets fixed.

Cllr Richard Davies (Con, St Johns), who joined the town campaign to save the Fusiliers from government cuts, said it was an excellent example of support from all angles.

“I was very pleased that we were able to give the freedom of the district to our local regiment and am delighted to see that the county council has followed suit,” he said.

“It does not get any better than this and proves if indeed – such proof were ever needed – that we are in all tiers of local government in total support for our local regiment.”

The Fusiliers can trace their lineage through their historic regiments – The 6th of Foot, Royal Warwickshire Regiment and Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers.

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Two veterans who lived through the D-Day Landings in Normandy in June 1944 were honoured at an event at their care home near Leamington to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the historic event. 06/06/2014 – http://tinyurl.com/mba3l4b

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