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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Disorder Sentencing

Disorder Sentencing - Milton Keynes

A dozen people involved in violent disorder in Milton Keynes this summer will spend Christmas behind bars.
Aylesbury Crown Court today (28/11) heard how they were part of a group of more than 20 individuals which damaged cars and buildings and stole from shops and restaurants on the night of 9 August this year.
Those responsible for the disorder have received custodial sentences totalling more than 18 years.
A dozen people involved in violent disorder in Milton Keynes this summer will spend Christmas behind bars.
Aylesbury Crown Court today (28/11) heard how they were part of a group of more than 20 individuals which damaged cars and buildings and stole from shops and restaurants on the night of 9 August this year.
Those responsible for the disorder have received custodial sentences totalling more than 18 years.
Supt Nikki Ross, Milton Keynes LPA Commander, said: “These individuals acted as though they were above the law on the night of August 9 this year. I am pleased to be able to say that they have now felt the full weight of the law as a result of their actions.

“Their behaviour intimidated law-abiding members of the public and the differing lengths of sentence they have received reflects aggravating factors, such as violence, robbery, theft and criminal damage.
“I would like to join with the judge, who praised the actions of a member of the public who took photos of the rioters as they damaged her car and I also want to mention the efforts of my officers who have spent hours looking through CCTV in order to identify those responsible for the disorder.”
A full list of the sentences given today are as follows:

Mahad Abdi, aged 22, of The Hide, Netherfield, 36 months
Nigel Baiden, 18, of Wakefield Close, Neath Hill, 32 months
Nicholas Balibuno, 18, of Diddington Close, Bletchley, 16 months
Resal Bray, 18, of The Boundary, Oldbrook, eight months
Aaron Cunningham, 19, of Westminster Drive, Bletchley, 26 months
Charlie Fisher, 18, of Ramson’s Avenue, Conniburrow, 20 months
Jack Gore 18, of Towan Avenue, Fishermead, 14 months
Spencer Layne, 23, of Faringdon Street, Monkston Park, 26 months
Pius Ofori, 18, of Porthleven Place, Fishermead, 14 months
Tafazwa Sibanda, 20, of St Giles Close, New Bradwell, 15 months
A 16-year-old boy and a 17-year-old boy received 12 months and six months in a young offenders’ institute respectively. A 15-year-old boy also received a youth rehabilitation order.



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