Jailed: The criminals sentenced at Leeds Crown Court last month

These are some of the criminals who have been jailed for serious offences across Leeds and West Yorkshire in November.

Friday, 30th November 2018, 1:25 pm
Updated Friday, 30th November 2018, 1:30 pm
Pics: West Yorkshire Police

All were sentenced at Leeds Crown Court.

This self styled Leeds crime boss was locked up for 21 years over his involvement in a shooting in the city. He was the ringleader of a criminal gang involved in a long-running feud that led to Leeds first gangbo injunction.
A man had to spend four days in intensive care after being punched repeatedly by Rodgers while unconscious in an attack outside a working men's club. He was jailed for six years after pleading guilty to inflicting GBH with intent

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This burglar who forced his way into a womans home as she lay ill in bed has been locked up for more than two years. Broun left his victim terrified at her home in Normanton. Broun pleaded guilty to two offences of burglary.
A mum was killed after being mown down by this speeding driver on his way home from the pub after spending the day drinking and taking cocaine. He was jailed for 4 years after pleading guilty to causing death by dangerous driving
This plasterer used one of his work tools to slash his former employee's arm during a dispute over unpaid wages. Faraj pleaded guilty to unlawful wounding and was jailed for two years, three months.
He terrified staff at a Leeds Co-op store with a fake handgun after being released on licence for an identical raid. Found guilty of robbery and possession of an imitation firearm. Handed extended prison sentence totalling 7 years
He caused over 7k of damage by reversing into a police car in a stolen van on a m-way slip road. Pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, driving while disqualified, handling stolen goods and having no insurance. Jailed for 2 years
This man subjected his neighbours in Castleford to a thoroughly disgusting nine month campaign of harassment. He was locked up for 32 months after pleading guilty to two offences of harassment.