The Lincolnshire criminals who were locked up in January
Two men sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a Grimsby man were amongst those locked up in Lincolnshire in January.
Stephen Beach, 40, and Luke Teague, 39, were convicted on Tuesday 21 December for the ‘brutal’ and ‘cowardly’ murder of Stephen Bellamy on Rutland Street, Grimsby.
Beach and Teague will now serve a minimum of 26 and 21 years respectively, minus the time already served.
The jury gave a unanimous verdict after being presented by overwhelming evidence, including CCTV footage of the attack, gathered during the investigation.
Two criminals who threatened their victims in a string of robberies and burglaries in Lincoln have been jailed for a combined total of 23-and-a half years.
David Enright, 38, was sentenced to 15 years behind bars, while Danielle Mitchell, 36, was jailed for eight-and-a-half years.
In a seperate incident, Daniel Jordan, Kevin Mullen and Aaron Liburd were jailed for a combined total of more than 40 years for offences including a robbery at a Tesco Express shop in Skegness.
Jordan, 43, and formerly of Spruce Road in Nuneaton was sentenced to 16 years in prison and a driving disqualification on his release.
Kevin Mullen, 38, and formerly of Edward Street in Nuneaton was jailed for 16 years.
Aaron Liburd, 42, and formerly of Prior Park Road in Rugby was jailed for 11 years and six months.
A man who admitted to the manslaughter of aspiring Skegness rap artist Jordan Siree has been jailed. Scott Rowen, 29, was jailed for 13 years and seven months for his admission.
Declan Grant, 22, was sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison for the manslaughter of Lincoln resident Darren Munnelly.
Kylee Ann Orton, 43, was jailed for three years and 10 months after stealing £5 from a man in his 50s and pushing him over.
The 22-year-old convicted sex offender Niall Wright failed to comply with the Sex Offenders’ Register when he began a new relationship. He was jailed for two years and four months.
Fabio Balliu, 23, was jailed for 27 months after he was caught with 171 cannabis plants worth more than £100,000 in a Gainsborough house.
Lincoln man Ben John, 22, initially avoided jail, but the “white supremacist” has since been ordered to serve two years in prison by the Court of Appeal.
A prisoner who pleaded guilty to being in possession with the intent to supply more than £100,000 of spice-laced paper in HMP Lincoln was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment. Mark Cutler had previously been released from prison, but will now return.
Leslie Robson from Alford was jailed for 10 months after admitting to being in possession of thousands of indecent images of children.