Jailed in Suffolk and north Essex in March: A dangerous driver, drug dealers and a thief
- Credit: Suffolk Police
Here is our monthly look back at some of the criminals jailed in Suffolk and north Essex courts in March.
A man from Dagenham who caused a serious collision which left a woman with life-threatening injuries has been jailed for more than three years.
Ashley Jackson, 29, of Hunters Hall Road, Dagenham, admitted to crashing a vehicle and leaving his female passenger with substantial injuries, he also pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicle taking, driving without insurance and driving without a licence.
A Bury St Edmunds man who threatened to cut up a man has received 12 months custody.
Ollie Deeks, 25, of Fornham Road, Bury St Edmunds, threatened a man who pressed charges over a dog attack. Deeks had also tried to bribe him to keep quiet about the incident which saw the victim bitten to the bone.
A Thetford man who carried out a 14-offence crime spree in just four hours has been jailed for life with a minimum of 11 years.
Jake Killick, 23, of no fixed address, carried out sex attacks on four women and robbed three men in a four-hour crime spree in Norwich.
An Ipswich firestarter has been jailed for five years.
Robert King, 39, Spring Road hostel, Ipswich, started a fire at the hostel while being on bail, he told a resident ‘I’m going to kill you and burn you alive.’
An Ipswich man who was found in possession of drugs after crashing his car during a police chase has been jailed for seven years.
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Frank Austin, 37, of Marigold Avenue, Ipswich, crashed his Mercedes into a wall during a police chase. At the time he was banned from driving and found with a lock-knife, 100 wraps of heroin and crack cocaine.
A hit-and-run delivery driver who drove off after a fatal collision has been jailed for three months.
Mark Tuffs, 52, of Albion Road, Dagenham, knocked a 72-year-old man off his bike and drove off. Tuffs admitted causing death by careless driving but claimed he didn’t realise a collision had happened.
Two men who were running a “county drugs line” have been jailed for a total of almost nine years.
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Regean Richards-Neville, 21, of Robinson Road, Dahenham and Jamel Bousbaa, 27, formerly of Beckenham, Kent were supplying Class A drugs in Clacton.
A Chelmsford man who drove after an 18 hour cocaine binge which resulted in the death of two pedestrians has been jailed for more than 12 years.
Richard Frost, 39, of Dorset Avenue, Chelmsford, was driving his car dangerously at high speed when it left the road, mounted a grass verge and killed two young men in Peterborough.
A Lowestoft man who stole handbags and frozen meat from an Essex care home has been jailed for over a year.
Jay Henry, 35, of St Peter’s Street in Lowestoft, admitted the offences and was given a 12 month sentence for one burglary and a six month sentence for another.