Six men who carried out violent break-ins in Essex have all been found guilty after a month-long trial at Basildon Crown Court. The gang carried out two vicious attacks in September 2017. During the first, they forced their way into the home of an elderly man and assaulted him with a metal file, causing serious… Read more »
Five teenagers have been convicted for their part in the killing of 17-year-old Lyrico Steede in Nottingham in February 2018. Lyrico was lured to a local playground, before being chased and attacked by four boys. He died five days later from multiple stab wounds to his face, back, chest and leg. Kasharn Campbell (19) and… Read more »
The news recently has been full of mentions of the upcoming 5G cellular network upgrades. In the latest of his expert blogs, director Joe Hoy explores the implications of the arrival of 5G for comms data and cell site analysis. Click here to read the blog and register for our new one-day 5G Forensics Overview… Read more »
The Labour MP for Peterborough, Fiona Onasanya, has been found guilty of perverting the course of justice by misleading police to avoid speeding charges. The 35-year-old solicitor had denied she was driving her Nissan Micra when it was caught doing 41mph in a 30mph zone in Thorney, Cambridgeshire, in July 2017. During the Old Bailey… Read more »
A cocaine addict who murdered a debt collector ‘to fund a drugs purchase’ when she visited him to collect some money has been jailed for life. Geoffrey Hutton, 38, killed 49-year-old Tina Cantello (pictured left) at his home in Langdon Hills, Essex, in June. She was stabbed 30 times in the unprovoked attack. Although Hutton… Read more »
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