Leeds Crown Court round-up: abusive partner, teen with zombie knife and convicted drug dealers

Court judges also heard the cases of a Leeds trafficker caught with £145,000 worth of drugs and a man who was drunk holding a machete at police officers.

Those sentenced at Leeds Crown Court this week included:

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We round up some of the convicted criminals at Leeds Crown Court this week

Denilson Tavares-Manuel, 18, was being chased by a gang carrying machetes on April 7, 2022 in Carlton Grove, Woodhouse.

When officers arrived, Tavares-Manuel, of Servia Drive, Woodhouse, and his brother were arrested by an officer.

Tavares-Manuel was arrested for possession of Class A drugs with intent to supply after the officer discovered more than £2,400 worth of packages of drugs, including cocaine and heroin.

Further research revealed that Tavares-Manuel was also in possession of a “large black and blue zombie knife”.

Andrew Lister, Kameron Akram and Nathan Stapleton

Andrew Lister, 26, of Churchfields, Bradford; Kameron Akram, 22, of Pelham Court; and Nathan Stapleton, 27, of Howarth Avenue, located the homes of businessmen by placing tracking devices on their cars.

Seven burglaries resulted, including a shoddy job resulting in the threat of three children with a knife.

Glen Wilson, 53, of no fixed address, received an order not to contact his mother in May 2019.

But this week’s hearing heard how that was repeatedly violated when he was released from prison earlier this year.

Paul Lang, 37, used the home he shared with his girlfriend Jamie Staten, 32, to deal drugs, when three children were living at the address at the time.

A police search of the house on August 11, 2021 found drugs including crack cocaine and heroin worth £1,360, as well as mobile phones and various sums of cash totaling £3,176.10 .

A man who violently assaulted his girlfriend before asking her to stop bleeding on his carpet has avoided jail this week.

A sentencing hearing at Leeds Crown Court heard how Jamie Shaw, 35, of Claremont Terrace, Armley, was jealous of the victim’s former partner and flew into violent rages, punching and cutting the victim when he lost his temper.

On one occasion, the terrified victim called a friend to ask him to pick her up. Upon arriving, the friend saw the victim hiding near a bush in front of his house because he was “so scared”.

A Leeds man who led police on a five-mile high-speed chase has been jailed, after claiming ‘Jesus’ was driving and ‘Jeremy Clarkson would have been proud’.

Luke Hargreaves, 32, of Bradford Road, Pudsey, led police on a chase in west Leeds despite having no licence, often speeding on the wrong side of the road and putting other motorists at risk.

Police had to travel at a speed of 85 mph to follow him during the chase.

A ‘lonely’ and ‘troubled’ man who found himself involved in trafficking Class A and B drugs was jailed this week.

A younger defendant, who cannot be named, was also sentenced to 30 months in an institute for young offenders.

Jamie Chadwick, 29, of Grovehall Drive, Beeston, threw a coffee table across the room before being restrained by his father

After his mother called the police, officers arrived to find Chadwick hiding behind his front door holding a machete, shouting “you’re not coming here”.

Jakub Glowacz, 31, of Linton Road, Wakefield, was arrested when officers used a search warrant to enter the terraced property on Warwick Street in the Agbrigg area of ​​the city in March.

Officers found a cannabis farm, along with 4 kg of amphetamines and 4 kg of cutting agents.

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Edward L. Robinett