Locked up in February - offenders jailed at Sheffield Crown Court this month

Here are some of the offenders locked up at Sheffield Crown Court this month.

Thursday, 28th February 2019, 7:34 am
Updated Thursday, 28th February 2019, 7:37 am
Locked up in February

They were jailed for offences including murder, sexual assault and child neglect.

The 28-year-old fromBarnsleyhad 21 months added onto a prison sentence he was already serving afterhe threw a bucket of urine and faeces at prison officers atHMP Moorland in Doncaster.
The 45-year-old, of Nicholas Street, Barnsley, was jailed for nine years after being found guilty ofchild sex offences committed overthree years.

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The 51-year-old, of Upperthorpe, Sheffield, was jailed after admitting breaching the conditions of both his suspended prison sentence and a Sexual Harm Prevention Order plusdriving while disqualified.
The 23-year-old, of Dagnam Place, Arbourthorne, Sheffield, had an extra six months added to a five year sentence he is already serving after pleadingguilty to possession with intent to supply drugs after he was caught witha significant amount of cash and amobile phone linked to drug dealing.
Callum Williamson, 19, of Cradock Mews, Arbourthorne, was jailedfor possession with intent to supply Class A drugs and possession of a bladed article after he was spotted dealing in woodland on the Manor estate and apprehended.
The 22-year-old, of Stocksbridge Lane,Bentley, Doncaster, admitted child neglect and dangerous driving after he filmed himselfon social media speeding through red lights with a child in hiscar.
The 24-year-old, of Warmsworth Road, Doncaster, admitted sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl inHexthorpe Park in Doncaster after he asked the teenager for the time.
The20-year-old, of Leighton Road, Gleadless Valley, Sheffield, was found guilty of themurder of his partner's 23-month-old daughter, Erin Tomkins, who was taken to hospital with severe head injuries, fractures and bruises.
The 53-year-old polo coach, of Station Road, Misson, Doncaster, was described as a'prolific predator' when he was found guilty ofrape,sexual assault, indecent assault and exposure.
The 27-year-old, of no fixed abode, admittedattempted robbery and possession of a firearm after threatening the owner ofthe Floristry by Lord Hurst tea rooms and restaurantin Doncaster with an imitation firearm while demandingcash.
The 32-year-old, of Lindley Heights, Firth Park, admitted possession with intent to supplyheroin and crack cocaine in the SpitalHill area of Burngreave, Sheffield.
The34-year-old, of Carwood Green, Burngreave,pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supplyClass A drugsin the Spital Hill area after police officers identified him as a 'principal dealer'.
The54-year-old, of Hill Top Crescent, Waterthorpe, was found guilty of kidnap, false imprisonment and robbery after threatening a man with a knife, locking him in a flat and forcing him to withdraw money from a cash point.
The 22-year-old, of Ochre Dike Close, Waterthorpe, was found guilty of kidnap, false imprisonment, robbery and making threats with a bladed article after targeting a vulnerable man who he forced to withdraw money from a cashpointafter initiallyholding him in a flat.
The 71-year-old from Kirkcaldy, Scotland,was found guilty of 14historic sex offences, including rape, against young girls in the Swinton area of Rotherhambetween the early 1980s and 2016.
The 31-year-old,of Bowden Wood Close, Darnall,Sheffield, admitted robbery, possession of a bladed article and perverting the course of justice after a man was slashed during a street robbery close to the Park Hill flats complex.
The 31-year-old, ofTotley Brook Close, Totley, Sheffield, admitted robbery after getting onto a bus and punchinga 50-year-old man in the face after claiming heowed him money.
The 23-year-old, ofEast View, Cudworth, Barnsley, pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving after a stolen lorry he was driving crashed intopedestrian Jaqueline Wileman, 58, in Brierley.
The 29-year-old,of Chestnut Street, Grimethorpe, Barnsley, was found guilty of death by dangerous driving and aggravated vehicle taking for his part in the theft of a stolen lorry which crashed into a pedestrian and a house in Brierley.
The 53-year-old, of Calder Crescent, Kendray, Barnsley, was found guilty ofdeath by dangerous driving and aggravated vehicle taking after a stolen lorry killed a pedestrian and ploughed into a house in Brierley, Barnsley, last year.
The 48-year-old, of Bank End Road, Worsbrough, Barnsley, was found guilty of death by dangerous driving and aggravated vehicle taking over a fatal collision involving a stolen lorry.
The 30-year-old, of the Riverside Traveller Park in Kirk House Green, Doncaster, admitteddangerous driving, breaching a suspended sentence and assaulting police officers during an incident in which a policecar was rammed during a pursuit in whichhe drovea lorry the wrong way down the M18.
The 53-year-old, of Burgoyne Road, Walkley, Sheffield, was found guilty of aggravated burglary after he entered a student house on Mona Road, Crookes,armed with a claw hammer.
The 28-year-old, of Mill Lane, Brigg, South Humberside, admitted six sexual offences offences against elderly women, includingthree incidents in Walkley, Sheffield, in which he called at homes and pretended to be a council worker offering to cutdown trees.
The 20-year-old,from Longley Avenue West, Longley, Sheffield, breached a Criminal Behaviour Order six times after it was issuedfor violence and anti-social behaviour at the Rotherham Forge Island Interchange and Meadowhall Interchange.