Locked up in January - 21 of the most high profile criminals jailed at Sheffield Crown Court last month

Here are 21 of the most high profile criminals dealt with at Sheffield Crown Court last month.

Monday, 4th February 2019, 10:23 am
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 4:19 pm
Former prison officer Jade Hicks, 35, from Pontefract, smuggled cannabis and Subutex into HMP Doncaster after keeping in touch with an inmate she met during her time working at Leeds Prison.

Men and women were jailed for crimes including death by dangerous driving and child sex abuse.

Ashley Mappin, aged 35, robbed a vulnerable 69-year-old man in his home in Pitsmoor, Sheffield, after knocking at his victim's door and forcing him to open his safe.
Daniel Fenwick, 28, of Spring Close View, Gleadless Valley, Sheffield, was one of five men involved in over 40 burglaries in the city over a three-month period last year.
AJ Ford, 18, of Stovin Drive, Darnall, Sheffield, admitted his part in a spate of over 40 burglaries across the city.

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Joseph Lawrenson, 19, of Stovin Drive, Darnall, Sheffield, pleaded guilty to his his involvement in a burglary gang which carried out over 40 raids last year.
Bradley Watson, 22, of Greenwood Avenue, Darnall, admitted his involvement in a series of over 40 raids
Jack Wright, aged 19, of Nursery Drive, Catcliffe, admitted involvement with a gang which carried out over 40 burglaries in 2018.
Remy Trey Powell, 25, of Woodhouse Lane, Woodhouse, admitted possession with intent to supply crack cocaine and heroin after officers stopped a vehicle in Rotherham in November 2016.
Josiah Bent, 26, of Middlewood Lodge, Middlewood, admitted possessing crack cocaine and heroin with intent to supply after police raided a car he was travelling in and found drugs.
Paul Lewis, aged 33, of Lower Dolcliffe Road, Mexborough, tried to bribe children with free sweets in exchange for them exposing themselves in his sweet shop in Rossington, Doncaster.
Liam Rhodes, aged 21, of no fixed abode, was found guilty of an aggravated burglary in Sheffield after the went to a house in Westfield, brandished a knife and threatened the occupant while demanding cash and valuables.
Derek Keeling, aged 73, from Wombwell, Barnsley, admitting a catalogue of sexual offences against two children, including multiple counts of rape.
Andrew Haken, aged 32 and formerly of Chesterfield, was found guilty of wounding and affray after attacking a group of men in the Division Street area of Sheffield after an England Game last summer. I
Jamie Jeffers, aged 38, of Paddock Crescent, Arbourthorne, threatened his 23-year-old victim with a knife in Broomhill before dragging him from the street and tying him to a post while making threats of violence.
Elliott Bower, 19, of Harborough Avenue, Manor, Sheffield, was the driver of a stolen car which crashed during a police chase and killed four people.
Declan Bower, 23, of Harborough Avenue, Manor, Sheffield, was a passenger in astolen car which crashed during a police chase in Darnall, killing four people.
Mason Cartledge, 18, of Severnside Place, Woodhouse, was a passenger in astolen car which crashed during a police chase in Darnall, killingfour people last November.
Former maths teacher Alan Battye, aged 56, admitted sexual activity with a child and making indecent photographs of children, with the charges relating to a teenage boy.
Kevin Paloka, aged 24, from Challis Way, London, was part of a trio which entered a house in Ellerker Avenue, Hexthorpe, Doncaster and threatened the occupants with a machete and gun.
Emir Tzourtzi, 24,of Cintra Park, London, was involved in ahouse raid in Hexthorpe in which two men were threatened with a gun and machete.
Hasa Klevi, aged 21, of no fixed abode in London, was part of a gang which threatened two men in Hexthorpe with a gun and machete.