The criminals sentenced at Leeds Crown Court last week

These are some of the criminals who have been sentenced at Leeds Crown Court over the last seven days.

Wednesday, 8th May 2019, 12:34 pm
PICS: West Yorkshire Police

Each of these cases was covered by your Yorkshire Evening Post. READ MORE: Wanted - 20 people police urgently want to speak to in Leeds

Joshua Wilson caused 40,000 worth of damage by destroying iPhones and iPads in a rampage at an Apple store in Trinity Leeds. Made subject of 18-month community order, with requirement to attend drug and alcohol recovery programme.
'Maniac' driver Paul Brough was jailed for eight months after he put lives in danger during a police chase through the streets of Dewsbury and Wakefield. Pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, having no licence and no insurance.

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Sex offender Jeffrey Senior who flouted court orders by allowing two schoolchildren to sleep in his home has been sent back to prison. he pleaded guilty to breach of a sexual offences prevention order.
Jealous husband Ajmal Mahroof sliced a piece of a man's ear off with a machete for saying "hi" to his wife. Jailed for four years after pleaded guilty to wounding with intent and possession of a blade in public.
Violent thug Damien McKeen kicked and stamped on his girlfriend's head during a drunken rage at their home in Leeds. Pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Jailed for 30 months.
'Entrenched paedophile' Simon Harrison, who filmed himself raping a girl, 11, as she held a teddy bear, has been locked up for 29 years. Handed extended prison sentence by judge who said he represented a serious danger to children.
Horse breeder Andrew David Hinde flouted a ban and caused unnecessary suffering to animals including one neglected pony which had to be put to sleep. Jailed for 11 months and banned from keeping animals indefinitely.