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.

Monday, 29th July 2019, 2:09 pm
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Each of these cases was covered by your Yorkshire Evening Post. READ MORE: Wanted - 26 people police urgently want to speak to in Leeds

Paedophile Martin Church brought to justice more than three decades after raping and sexually abusing a schoolgirl. Given an extended prison sentence of more than 13 years over the offences against the victim during the mid 1980s.
A drunk thug who assaulted a police officer when called out to a neighbour dispute has been sent to prison. Mark Moss kicked a constable twice in the chest as he refused to get into a police car during the disturbance in Bramley.
Crook Anver Valli was caught handling 62,000 worth of baby strollers and carry cots which had been stolen from the back of a lorry. Nabbed by police as he helped move dozens of boxes containing Mamas and Papas baby products.

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A rapist who was caught with a mobile phone in his cell at Armley Jail in Leeds has had 10 months added to his sentence. Prison officers found the phone in Nyron Wilson's cell on January 16 this year.
Extended jail sentence for 'manipulative and predatory' pensioner Dennis Johnson, who subjected a schoolgirl to a series of rape and serious sex offences. He preyed on the vulnerable victim over a two year period.
Erroll Powell, the leader of a Leeds gang which flooded the city's drug market with heroin and cocaine has been locked up for six years. In charge of 'Paranoid Pete' line, responsible for 5,000+ drug deals over a six month period.
Police officers had to be screened for HIV after being scratched, bitten and spat at by Matthew Labbee who was undergoing a"psychotic episode" in the garden of his home. Handed 18-month prison sentence, suspended for two years.
A man who stabbed a rival in the back with a 12-inch knife during a street fight in Leeds has been given an extended prison sentence. Lee Smith was told he was lucky not to be facing a murder charge.