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15 criminals sentenced this week including dangerous sex predator who attacked grandmother | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey


These are the faces of some of the criminals sentenced at Leeds Crown Court… (Photo: WYP)

They include a dangerous sex offender who rugby tackled a grandmother in a secluded motorway tunnel and sexually assaulted her, warning her: “Scream and I’ll kill you.”

There was also a drug dealer who tried to outrun police before he smashed into a brick wall which caused the pursuing vehicle to plough into him and a jealous boyfriend who attacked his partner when she refused to answer if ex lovers were “better in bed.”

Below is a gallery featuring some of those dealt with at Leeds Crown Court this week…

Dangerous sex offender Lee Belsham, rugby tackled a grandmother in a secluded M62 motorway tunnel and sexually assaulted her, warning her: “Scream and I’ll kill you.” He has been handed an extended 10-year jail sentence. (Photo: WYP)

Dangerous sex offender Lee Belsham, rugby tackled a grandmother in a secluded M62 motorway tunnel and sexually assaulted her, warning her: “Scream and I’ll kill you.” He has been handed an extended 10-year jail sentence. (Photo: WYP)

Paul O’Donnell became fixated on his partner's former lovers, wanting to know full details and quizzing her on “whether they were better than him in bed”. He attacked her several times, grabbing her the jaw and pinning her down, when she refused to answer. Judge Ray Singh jailed him for 28 months. (Photo: WYP)

Paul O’Donnell became fixated on his partner’s former lovers, wanting to know full details and quizzing her on “whether they were better than him in bed”. He attacked her several times, grabbing her the jaw and pinning her down, when she refused to answer. Judge Ray Singh jailed him for 28 months. (Photo: WYP)

Cocaine dealer Baljit Singh, was found to be stashing the drugs at the Wakefield home he shared with his partner and children. Police found almost 65 grammes of cocaine hidden in a shoebox in the under-stairs cupboard. Reducing the sentence to take his guilty pleas into account, the judge jailed him for 27 months. (Photo: WYP)

Cocaine dealer Baljit Singh, was found to be stashing the drugs at the Wakefield home he shared with his partner and children. Police found almost 65 grammes of cocaine hidden in a shoebox in the under-stairs cupboard. Reducing the sentence to take his guilty pleas into account, the judge jailed him for 27 months. (Photo: WYP)

Drug dealer Nathan Neesham, tried to outrun police before he smashed into a brick wall which caused the pursuing vehicle to plough into him. He reached speeds of up to 80mph on the A659 which has limits of 40mph and 30mph. Judge Neil Clark jailed him for 40 months and gave him a 56-month driving ban. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Drug dealer Nathan Neesham, tried to outrun police before he smashed into a brick wall which caused the pursuing vehicle to plough into him. He reached speeds of up to 80mph on the A659 which has limits of 40mph and 30mph. Judge Neil Clark jailed him for 40 months and gave him a 56-month driving ban. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Simon Ellis was detained pulling out of the car park of a KFC fast-food restaurant. Officers carried out a search of his vehicle and found two bags of white rocks in the car which turned out to be almost 20 grammes of cocaine with a street value of around £800. He was jailed for 32 months. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Simon Ellis was detained pulling out of the car park of a KFC fast-food restaurant. Officers carried out a search of his vehicle and found two bags of white rocks in the car which turned out to be almost 20 grammes of cocaine with a street value of around £800. He was jailed for 32 months. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Anthony Jarrett, who has committed dozens of previous offences of fraud, took a total of £2,200 from vulnerable residents during the summer after knocking on doors and offering to carry out work on homes or gardens. The judge jailed him for two years. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Anthony Jarrett, who has committed dozens of previous offences of fraud, took a total of £2,200 from vulnerable residents during the summer after knocking on doors and offering to carry out work on homes or gardens. The judge jailed him for two years. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Luke Rawson knocked a Leeds city centre reveller unconscious with one punch that was heard by shocked onlookers up to 200 metres away. The victim suffered a fractured skull, a bleed to the brain and was in hospital for six months. The judge jailed him for 18 months. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Luke Rawson knocked a Leeds city centre reveller unconscious with one punch that was heard by shocked onlookers up to 200 metres away. The victim suffered a fractured skull, a bleed to the brain and was in hospital for six months. The judge jailed him for 18 months. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Jordan Holmes, a local scaffolder, was caught with more than 100 wraps of deadly Class A drugs and claimed he turned to dealing after work dried up due to the pandemic. He later pleaded guilty to two counts of dealing in Class A drugs and was jailed this week to 44 months. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Jordan Holmes, a local scaffolder, was caught with more than 100 wraps of deadly Class A drugs and claimed he turned to dealing after work dried up due to the pandemic. He later pleaded guilty to two counts of dealing in Class A drugs and was jailed this week to 44 months. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Darren Winstanley was on bail for conspiracy to supply Class A drugs when a violent confrontation was arranged outside a pub which resulted in the victim being stabbed 12 times. He was jailed for 20 years at Leeds Crown Court this week after he pleaded guilty to the drugs charge, and was found guilty after a trial of Section 18 wounding. (Photo: WYP/NW)

Robina Razaq fed police a “complete pack of lies” about her autistic son being kidnapped by a builder to frame him over alleged shoddy work he carried out on her home. The mother-of-three was jailed for 15 months this week after admitting to attempting to pervert the course of justice. (Photo: NW)

Robina Razaq fed police a “complete pack of lies” about her autistic son being kidnapped by a builder to frame him over alleged shoddy work he carried out on her home. The mother-of-three was jailed for 15 months this week after admitting to attempting to pervert the course of justice. (Photo: NW)

Joe Hull reached speeds of more than triple the legal limit on busy Leeds streets as he tried to outrun police during a “truly awful piece of driving”. He reached speeds of 58mph in a 30mph zone, then 70mph in a 20mph zone. He was jailed for 15 months, and banned from driving for 31-and-a-half months. (Photo: NW)

Joe Hull reached speeds of more than triple the legal limit on busy Leeds streets as he tried to outrun police during a “truly awful piece of driving”. He reached speeds of 58mph in a 30mph zone, then 70mph in a 20mph zone. He was jailed for 15 months, and banned from driving for 31-and-a-half months. (Photo: NW)

Nicola Dean slashed her partner in the stomach with a kitchen knife following an argument over money and shouted: “f****** die!” She lunged at him with the knife in front of her terrified children. The judge, Recorder Tony Hawks, gave her a nine-month jail sentence, suspended for 18 months, alongside 30 rehabilitation days and a nine-month alcohol treatment programme. (Photo: Google/NW)

A drinker suffered a broken neck and brain damage after being struck by speeding driver, Declan Anderson, just moments after he left The Woodman pub in Halton. The man was struck with such force that the windscreen of the vehicle was shattered and its roof was left collapsed. He was given a two-year jail sentence, suspended for two years, and told he must complete 20 rehabilitation activity requirement days with probation. The judge said his early guilty plea, the concern he showed to the victim and his remorse had saved him from being sent directly into custody. (Photo: Google)

Aziz Rasul fled across the roof of pharmacy after a £225,000 cannabis operation was uncovered above a parade of shops. Judge Neil Clark conceded that Rasul was now married and had stable accommodation. He gave him a 22-month jail term, suspended for two years. He also gave him 240 hours of unpaid work and a four-month curfew. (Photo: Google)

Aziz Rasul fled across the roof of pharmacy after a £225,000 cannabis operation was uncovered above a parade of shops. Judge Neil Clark conceded that Rasul was now married and had stable accommodation. He gave him a 22-month jail term, suspended for two years. He also gave him 240 hours of unpaid work and a four-month curfew. (Photo: Google)

John Robert Atkinson lashed out with a hammer he grabbed after his wife’s ex husband turned up at his home and a fight ensued. The 53-year-old had been at home when the victim was called to the house over Atkinson’s alleged behaviour towards the woman. The judge gave him a 16-month sentence, suspended for 18 months, with 150 hours of unpaid work. (Photo: NW)



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