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Climate Blogs. Justice has caught up with a fugitive brother and sister who went on the run from court before they could be sentenced for drug dealing. Fielding, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to one count of robbery and two counts of aggravated vehicle taking.
He was jailed for three years after being sentenced at Catterick Garrison court martial centre and dismissed from her Majesty's service. Efe Sodje was cleared of money laundering last year but Emmanuel Ehikhamen, 53, of south-east London, and Andrew Oruma, 50, of Bexley, south London, were convicted.
Reynolds was jailed for seven years and four months whilst Doyle - who also pleaded guilty to having an offensive weapon - was jailed for four years and ten months. She then used the identities to complete fake claim forms for non-existent purchases of luxury bags, shoes and wallets worth thousands of pounds, which she and her two sisters would post at Manchester Airport.
Manchester Evening News. Archived from the original on 22 September Deleting comment O'Connor of Fulham Avenue, Newton Heath, was sentenced to four years in prison after admitting aggravated vehicle taking, dangerous driving, unlawful wounding and driving whilst disqualified.
Fiddaman, of Stanton Street, Stretford, was found guilty of causing actual bodily harm and common assault after trial.