A former bodybuilder and convicted drug dealer, Andrew Timblin terrified victims with his reputation as a local hardman. Timblin subjected another victim to a campaign of violence and sexual degradation from the age of 17, knocking her unconscious with a speaker, stabbing her in the thigh with a knife, and raping her while he was high on amphetamines. She only found the courage to speak out after years of counselling. Now justice has finally caught up with Timblin, 60, of Green Hill Street, Edgeley, who targeted the older victim in the early s, before raping the younger victim more than a decade later. Minshull Street Crown Court. But he was convicted of 13 offences against the two victims, including rape, sexual assault, unlawful wounding and actual bodily harm. Opening the case against him, prosecutor Henry Blackshaw said: He was supported throughout the case by family members. Speaking after Timblin was found guilty of raping her, the youngest victim said in a statement:
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Officers are currently trying to track Bruce down after he jumped bail over a vandalism conviction committed against a removal company in Los Angeles, California. A court gave him hours of community service over the offence three years ago. Thousands of Russian Orthodox Church followers will plunge into icy rivers and ponds across the country to mark Epiphany, cleansing themselves with water deemed holy for the day.
Anees Ansari, Zainab’s father, accused the police of being slow to respond when his daughter went missing in the eastern Punjab province. Two people were killed and three others were wounded in clashes between angry Kasur residents and police after protesters enraged over her death attacked a police station in the city. North and South Korea began their first official talks in more than two years, focusing on the forthcoming Winter Olympics after months of tensions over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons programme.
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Share this article Share She was carrying precious cargo, as her child will be Basic Instinct star Michael’s first grandchild. Regarding the pregnancy, a source told People: Michael is looking forward to being a grandfather. His body art includes an etching of his famous father Michael Dougals Pecs appeal: He took great delight in showing off his muscular torso Things that go bump in the afternoon: He received a five-year sentence for possession of heroin and selling methamphetamine.
His sentence was extended when he admitted to smuggling drugs into prison. Cameron promised to cooperate with a government drug investigation when he was sentenced for dealing methamphetamine from a high-end Manhattan hotel, and in testified as a government witness against a co-defendant facing drug charges. Brazilian beauty Viviane was first seen with Cameron, who had his leg broken when he was given a vicious beating by another inmate in , just after he was released from prison in August
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By Shelley Murphy and John Ellement Globe Staff February 22, As a coconspirator in a massive drug case, Leigha Genduso testified in federal court in about how she helped her live-in boyfriend deal marijuana and hide evidence. She acknowledged laundering money, smoking pot every day, and gift-wrapping pounds of marijuana for her own customer, court records show, but evaded criminal charges in exchange for testifying against her former fiance.
Just a year later, Genduso was on the other side of the law, hired as a dispatcher for the Massachusetts State Police. And since , she has served as a state trooper. Advertisement Earlier this week, the State Police placed Genduso, 36, on paid administrative leave and launched an internal investigation into her hiring after details of her past were posted Monday on a blog, Turtleboysports.
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They said they tried to keep the project on life support, in hopes that it would be revived by the next administration, but the loss of key personnel, budget cuts and dropped investigations are only a few of many challenges made worse by the passage of nearly a year since Trump took office. Who knows if we can find all of the people willing to testify?
There is certainly an argument to be made that if tomorrow all the agencies were ordered to come together and sit in a room and put all the evidence on the table against all these bad guys, that there could be a hell of a lot of indictments. Operation Perseus, targeting Venezuelan syndicates, was another.
Meanwhile, in Iraq, the U. All of these paths eventually converged on Hezbollah. For decades, Hezbollah — in close cooperation with Iranian intelligence and Revolutionary Guard — had worked with supporters in Lebanese communities around the world to create a web of businesses that were long suspected of being fronts for black-market trading.
As they pursued their investigations, the DEA agents found that Hezbollah was redoubling all of these efforts, working urgently to raise cash, and lots of it, to rebuild its south Lebanon stronghold after a war with Israel had reduced it to rubble. Mughniyeh had for decades been the public face of terrorism for Americans, orchestrating the infamous attack that killed U.
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I relate the franchisee in these tool businesses as one day hero the next day zero. This type business is not a job EVER. It can be a operation actually.
Drug dealer who organised fatal ‘punishment beating’ of addict over £ debt has sentence cut. Alexander John Smith was jailed for 27 years after being convicted of the murder of Ian Bendall in.
By Raf Sanchez, Washington 4: Disciplinary files from the Bureau’s Office of Professional Responsibility record an extraordinary range of transgressions that reveal the chaotic personal lives of some of America’s top law enforcers. One male agent was sacked after police were called to his mistress’s house following reports of domestic incident. When officers arrived they found the agent “drunk and uncooperative” and eventually had to physically subdue him and wrestle away his loaded gun.
A woman e-mailed a “nude photograph of herself to her ex-boyfriend’s wife” and then continued to harass the couple despite two warnings from senior officials. The Bureau concluded she was suffering from depression related to the break-up and allowed her to return to work after 10 days. The network was the first to obtain the logs.
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Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email An armed thug abducted and brutalised two step brothers in a terrifying four-hour ordeal over a drugs debt. Paisley Sheriff Court heard Irvine, who was high on a cocktail of drink and drugs, head-butted and repeatedly battered Mr Davies with the club at a house in the town on August The brute also pummelled Mr MacMillan with the same club and slashed him with a knife during the ferocious onslaught, which left his victims fearing for their lives.
Mr Davies suffered a fractured elbow, and substantial bruising to his body, his right eye and behind his left ear.
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Former drug dealer to share faith story at men’s conference Former drug dealer to share faith story at men’s conference Robert Ivey hopes that his experience of finding faith in God will give hope to men who desire to leave behind a life of alcohol, drugs and crime. Two thousand men from across the UK are expected to attend the day long conference organised by the Men’s Room, a Christian ministry which aims to help men become better husbands, fathers, and leaders.
Ivey explained, “Since I left school I’ve been involved in all kinds of things, gun crime, football hooliganism, drug dealing, drinking and violence. Although I believed in God, he didn’t play a major role in my life, and I certainly wasn’t looking for God when he came into my life ten months ago. My desires for the negative things in life have faded and I’m now focusing on being a better person so that I can be a more involved father and supportive loving partner.
He commented, “Robert is a perfect example of what we want the Men’s Room to achieve. We want to demonstrate how faith in God and support from the church can help men become better people and fulfil their calling to be better husbands, fathers and leaders in their community. Other speakers include Health Minister Ivan Lewis, who will address mental health issues, Bishop Derek Webley MBE, a church leader who has been recognised for his work in his local community of Birmingham, and leadership specialist Rev Errol Williams.
The Men’s Room was founded four years ago.
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Offender James Eedle has been communicating from behind bars Image: James Eedle, 27, was packed off to Haverigg prison in Cumbria after being locked up for three years in July for producing cannabis. The criminal, from the Speke area of Liverpool, has used an illicit mobile phone to post updates to his Facebook friends – including a picture of a chest tattoo etched while in jail.
His first status from the prison, on June 7 this year, read: Less then a month later he told his followers to add him on messaging service BBM.
Entering the Drug Game. Jemeker Thompson, also known as the “Queen Pin,” rose to the top of the cocaine trade during the peak of the s crack epidemic in Los Angeles, California.
Detectives determined Cox to be a major source of supply of the lethal drug after he delivered trafficking levels of heroin-laced fentanyl on more than one occasion, officials said. Following the controlled purchase, detectives attempted to conduct a vehicle stop on the rental vehicle that Cox was driving in Havelock. Cox refused to stop and led officers on a vehicle chase starting on McCotter Boulevard in Havelock and ending on Highway near Ferry Road in Havelock.
Cox has a lengthy criminal history and is currently on probation in Craven County where he faces pending charges for trafficking heroin. Cox was released from prison in late and among the offenses on his criminal record include burglary, kidnapping, and assault with a deadly weapon on a government official. The last offense is from when Cox and three others committed a home invasion and robbery in the North River community and then led Carteret County deputies on a high-speed car chase where Cox fired three shots from a handgun at pursuing deputies, officials said.
Buck praised the great work of all the law enforcement officers involved in this drug bust and extends his thanks to the Havelock Police Department and North Carolina State Highway Patrol who assisted in the apprehension of the suspect. Cox is scheduled for a first appearance in court on Monday.