Take a look at some of Bristol’s criminals who were jailed in January 2020.
Although Bristol is considered a safe place, a lot of serious crime can take place within Bristol. Myriad Facilities Group as security company, some of our security guards contribute to help put these criminals in prison. We feel it is important to let everyone know the criminals who are jailed and what crimes they committed to put them there in the first place. We continue to keep Bristol secure and our clients by specialist trained commitment to delivering to our security guards ensures that the dangerous are put away. It is one of many roles of a security guard to help detter crime, and report criminals to the police. These events add upto the Bristol Crime Stats each year.
Was jailed for befriended someone on a night out and then mugging them. Blaze Davies chatted to a Francisco Araujo after becoming “friends” whilst on a night out in Stokes Croft, Bristol. He was jailed for five years and three months.
Callum Jinks was a very abusive and controlling to his girlfriend. He pleaded guilty to three charges of assault Including actual bodily harm. He also admitted causing criminal damage, assaulting a police officer, affray and breaching a suspended jail term for fraud. He was for 18 months.
A courier who used a stun gun warn off a potential motorbike thief has been jailed. Elder Souza, from Patchway, Bristol was in Bond Street working when he struck the stun gun towards a man who claimed to be taking his colleague’s machine. He had fled the country to avoid punishment He initially claimed he had used a torch, but police discovered it was actually a disguised weapon. He will if ever caught be facing a five-year prison sentence.
A man convicted of beating a woman and trying to glue the cut to her face was jailed for 13 years. He was convicted of causing grievous bodily harm with intent, damaging property, and two charges of ABH.
Was caught in possession with a bladed article and along with threatening behaviour, the incident took place at Long hill Hostel in Whitefield Road, Bristol, in October last year. He has been jailed for three years and two months. He also received a five-year restraining order banning Massey from all contact with Wayne Duff a person he received a sentence the previous month after pleading guilty to causing grievous bodily harm.
A highly intelligent student is now coming to terms with a prison sentence. Mohamed Mohamed unfortunately become involved with a Bristol drug gang and started to deal Class A drugs for them on the streets of Bristol. Mohamed, 21, of Camborne Road in Horfield, pleaded guilty to possessing heroin and crack cocaine with intent to supply. He was jailed for two-and-a-half years.
Oliver Bowen broke a student’s jaw in two places has been jailed for 8 months. Oliver Bowen struck Callum Fear in a kebab shop. Bowen, 26, of Jubilee Road in Weston-super-Mare, pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm in December 2018.
A drugged-up driver was driving dangerously rammed police before crashing. Paul Smith, 31, of Wootton Road in St Anne’s, Bristol was jailed for one year.
Thomas Radley, 26, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm and having a weapon in prison. He refused to instruct a solicitor did not attend court for sentence. He was jailed for three years and four months without being present.
A man has been found guilty of stealing lead of the BBC roof in White ladies Road, Bristol. Rhys Burgunder stole the lead and caused around £4,000 worth of damages in the process. He attempted it again six months later to, but was unsuccessful. He pleaded guilty to theft of lead from the BBC in September 2018, and attempted theft in March last year. He was jailed for two years and ten months.
Sean cut his own girlfriend in the neck and forced her to hold the knife in attempt to make it look like she stabbed herself. Sean Perry, 34, of Stradling Avenue in Weston-super-Mare, was to face trial next month.
After being released twice for contacting a child online, Simon continued to try and chat with sexual intent under-age girls. He was caught by paedophile hunters posing as children. But after being arrested for the first time he was released under investigation twice and re-offended twice before the third arrest. Wilkinson, 40, of High Street in Staple Hill, Bristol pleaded guilty to three charges of attempting sexual communication with a child and three charges of attempting a child to engage in sexual activity, possessing and making indecent images of children. He was jailed for 16 months.
A man who sent a photo of his penis to police has been jailed. Terry Peake sent a photograph to who he thought was a 13-year-old girl. He was however having sex chats with undercover police which he was then arrested. He pleaded guilty to breaching a Sexual Offences Prevention Order (SOPO), attempting to engage a girl in sexual activity and attempted sexual communication with a child. He was sentenced for 20 months, with an additional five-year sentence of which he will serve two years’ custody and be on extended licence for three years.
Criminals are arrested everyday and sentenced to prison every month, some of our front line security guards are on the receiving end of some of Bristol’s prolific shop lifters, robbers and other criminals. It can be a dangerous sector and industry to work in. It is Myriad Facilities Group to ensure our security guards are protected at all times, that why we have the ARM project in place (Assualt Reduction Mission) to continue to to keep our security staff safe.Tags: 2020, arrested, Bristol, Burglary, Companies, Crime, Criminal, Criminals, jailed, January, Theft
This post was written by Callum Parsons