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Man who terrorised and threatened Sheffield families sentenced to community order

A Sheffield man, who terrorised two families, threatening them with a knife and a petrol can and a lighter, has been sentenced to a community order for his crimes.

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Simpson was sentenced to eight years in prison during a hearing held at Sheffield Crown Court on Friday, June 15

Masked men attacked Sheffield pensioner with machete in bid to steal his cannabis operation, court told

A man has been jailed for eight years for his part in the robbery of a Sheffield pensioner, during which three masked men burst into the 70-year-old's home and struck him with a machete in a bid to steal his cannabis operation.
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COURT ROUND-UP: Convictions at Sheffield, Barnsley, Doncaster and Chesterfield magistrates’ courts

The following were convicted at Sheffield, Barnsley, Doncaster and Chesterfield magistrates’ courts between June 4 and 9.

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Sheffield man, Adam Featherstone, 21, was jailed for 18-months, during a hearing at Sheffield Crown Court, today for attacking his partner

Sheffield man put behind bars for violent attack on partner

'It's more serious because what you did is a violation of the trust between you,' a judge told a Sheffield man as he jailed him for over a year for a prolonged and violent attack on his girlfriend.
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World Cup 2018: Former England stars join counter terrorism police to give football fans security advice

Former England stars Alan Shearer, David Seaman and Paul Parker have teamed up with Counter Terrorism Policing to offer football fans security advice ahead of the World Cup.

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Patrolling police officers were driving near to White Rose Way when they witnessed Fenwick driving poorly

Community order for banned driver who embarked on dangerous police chase through streets of Doncaster

A banned Doncaster driver embarked on a dangerous police chase through the town's streets that only came to an end when he crashed into a parked car, a court heard.

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VIDEO AND PICTURES: Calls for 'disgusting' mountain of mess to be cleared up at Sheffield car park

This is the fly-infested mountain of mess that greets motorists using a car park every day close to Sheffield city centre.

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Two men running a Sheffield fitness and supplement shop sold illegal steroids over the counter, and were found to be storing thousands of pounds of the performance-enhancing substance at the premises, a court heard.

Owners of Sheffield fitness shop given suspended sentences for selling illegal steroids

Two men running a Sheffield fitness and supplement shop sold illegal steroids over the counter, and were found to be storing thousands of pounds of the performance-enhancing substance at the premises, a court heard.

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Erin Tomkins died of severe head injuries on May 22 this year

Teen pleads not guilty to murder of Sheffield toddler

A Sheffield teenager accused of murdering a 22-month-old tot denied the charge during a court hearing held today.
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Ryan Jowle died in hospital in the early hours of Wednesday, May 23, following reports he had been stabbed on Tannery Close, Woodhouse at around 11.10pm pn May 22

Man denies murdering teen in Sheffield estate stabbing

A 22-year-old man is set to stand trial, after he denied murdering a teenager in a stabbing on a Sheffield estate.
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PICTURE: Machete duo threaten terrified staff during armed raid at Sheffield travel agents

Two robbers armed with a machete threatened terrified staff during a raid at a travel agents - the fourth incident of its kind inside a year.

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Michael Eaton was found dead at his Doncaster home on Boxing Day last year

Doncaster woman goes on trial accused of murdering step-grandfather in Christmas Day stabbing

A Doncaster pensioner was stabbed in the back nearly 100 times and hit with his own walking stick in a fatal Christmas Day attack, a court heard.
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Man armed with hammer steals till from Sheffield McDonald's drive-thru

A man armed with a hammer stole a till from a McDonald's drive-thru in Sheffield during the early hours of this morning.

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Holgate Road, Parson Cross. Picture: Google

Armed police calm 'disturbance in the street' in Sheffield

Armed police were called to a Sheffield estate to deal with a fracas outside - but reports a shot was fired before they arrived have been denied.

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The scene of the crash on Staniforth Road. Picture: Nasar Khan

Car lands upside down after smash on Sheffield road

A car ended up on its roof on a Sheffield street after a shocking car crash last night.

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Smoking in cars carrying children was outlawed in October 2015.

Yorkshire councils issued just one fine in first two years of ban on smoking in cars carrying children

Only one person in the whole of Yorkshire and the Humber was fined in the first two years after it became illegal to smoke in cars carrying a child, a new analysis has found.

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The store was ram-raided.

PICTURES: Major Doncaster supermarket ram-raided by car

Raiders rammed a car through the entrance of a Doncaster supermarket before fleeing the scene with a stash of mobile phones.

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Benoit Compin (left) and Paul Brooke outside court. Pic: Dave Higgens

Sheffield tree campaigners vow to continue protests despite convictions

Protests against tree-felling in Sheffield will continue despite a judge convicting three demonstrators of breaching an injunction - leaving them facing the prospect of paying tens of thousands in legal fees, campaigners have vowed.

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One of the breaches relates to an incident that occurred on Abbeydale Park Rise in March, involving Benoit Compin

Two Sheffield tree campaigners given suspended prison sentences for breaching protest injunctions

Two tree campaigners have been given suspended prison sentences after being found in contempt of court for breaching an injunction banning ‘direct action’ protests against controversial tree-felling work in Sheffield, a judge has ruled this afternoon.
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Sheffield City Council was granted the injunction last summer in response to a growing number of protests opposingthe council's controversial tree felling programme which aims to replace thousands of the city's 36,000 street trees.

Judge threatens to clear public gallery after claims of witness intimidation outside Sheffield court

A hearing against four anti-felling protesters alleged to have breached a high court injunction was temporarily halted yesterday after campaigners outside the court were accused of ‘intimidating’ a witness.

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