The criminals jailed at Leeds Crown Court in January

These are some of the criminals who have been locked up for serious offences across Leeds in January.

Friday, 1st February 2019, 11:12 am
Updated Friday, 1st February 2019, 11:14 am
Pics: West Yorkshire Police

They were all sentenced at Leeds Crown Court:

This burglar was caught when a Facebook appeal led to the discovery of CCTV footage of him walking down the street with a stolen laptop. He was jailed for three years over the raid at the house in Eastmoor, Wakefield.
This child rapist has been jailed for 20 years after committing a string of "horrific" sexual offences against a girl. He was found guilty by a jury at Leeds Crown Court following a trial.

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Jailed for seven years for stabbing a man in the chest after a Facebook friend request was sent to his girlfriend. Pleaded guilty to a charge of wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm.
This pervert who was caught downloading vile child porn images from his Leeds home for the THIRD time has been sent back to prison. He was locked up for two years after he ignored court orders and continued access abusive images.
This pensioner has been brought to justice more than 30 years after he raped and sexually assaulted four vulnerable victims. Jailed for 18 years after he preyed on two teens and two young boys during a 14 year period of offending.
Jailed for 38 months he was part of a gang which raided an elderly couple's home and later assaulted four police officers. Admitted burglary, two charges of theft of vehicle and four charges of assaulting an emergency worker.
A dog's head was cut off and set alright by Kelly who believed the animal was possessed after he overdosed on spice. Went on an arson spree in which he torched his own house then broke into a family home and set it alight.
This dangerous thug, who boasted about carrying out a violent alleyway robbery on a pensioner, has been given an extended prison sentence of 11 years. Ullah followed the vulnerable man off a bus before knocking him unconscious.
This Detective Chief Inspector has been locked up for two years for "fitting up" suspects in a burglary investigation. Found guilty of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice after a re-trial.