Prison January 21, 2020 9:41 pm Published by

As a new post addition to the New Year, Myriad Facilities Group will post news articles of convictions in Bristol. We feel this separates us from many Bristol Security Companies.


Paedophile captured by hunters twice 

A man from Arnos Vale was handed a suspended jail term for having online sex chats with someone he believed to be a 14 year old girl. He again approached three girls online to which turned out to be pedophile hunters.

Coates pleaded guilty to attempting to incite a girl aged under 16 to engage in sexual behaviour, pleaded guilty to attempted breach of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order. (SHPO).

Judge Martin Picton punished coats with a 28th month sentence staring on the 23rd of December.


Drug addictions ruined two workers

Two tradesmen who become addicted to drugs had turned to crime to pay for their drug fixes, from stealing cars and burglaries.

Scott Wood

SCOTT WOOD – 45, residing in Shelley Walk Bishopsworth Bristol.

Pleaded guilty to four burglaries, one attempted burglary, six vehicle thefts and two thefts.

GRANT TURNER 

Pleaded guilty to two burglaries, a theft and three thefts of motor vehicles.


A man had his  jaw broken when he tried to intervene

An off-duty policeman celebrating his 21st birthday was seriously hurt after he stepped in to stop trouble.

Neil Tyldesley intervened when as Malik was being aggressive in the city centre.

MISBAH MALIK

Jailed for a year on December 29, which will start after his current prison sentence is completed, which was for two years after supplying class A drugs.


Police officer kicked in the face and now needs 14 stitches

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARTIN WILLIAMS

Jailed for three years and four-and-a-half months on December 19.


Pensioner downloaded child abuse images of children as young as two

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEREK FEENEY

Jailed for six months.


These are just some of the Worst offenders who were jailed in December. For more information and a full list head to Bristol Post Article


Myriad Facilities Group Limited, one of the upcoming Bristol Security Companies.

 

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This post was written by Callum Parsons

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