These are the faces of the 22 vile and dangerous criminals jailed in Hull. Their sentences come to a total of nearly 100 years in prison, and they have all committed dangerous, violent, or selfish crimes.
From a brutal “revenge” murder, to a monster who attacked his own grandmother, the offenders committed a range of crimes before being sent to prison.
Other offenders include one of East Yorkshire’s worst drivers who clocked up his 22nd conviction for driving while disqualified and four Polish men who viciously beat up a teenage girl for dating an English man. Another includes a disgusting rapist who attacked young girls he met in Kenya.
Here, we review the cases that came before the courts in July.
Jason Ginnever – 22 months
One of East Yorkshire’s worst drivers has been jailed for 22 months after clocking up his 22nd conviction for driving while disqualifed and his fifth for driving dangerously.
Jason Ginnever’s latest offences happened in Marfleet Lane and Preston Road in east Hull, on March 5.
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Judge Mark Bury sentenced Ginnever, of Millenium Way, Goole, to 18 months for dangerous driving, and four months consecutive for driving while disqualified. There was no separate penalty for the insurance offence. He was also banned from driving for two years and seven months.
Read the full story here .
The Polish gang who beat up girl, 17, for having an English boyfriend – 10 years collectively
Four Polish men who took part in a racially motivated street attack on a family have been jailed for more than ten years.
At least three of them – Tomasz Tchorzewski, 30, his brother Robert Tchorzewski, 28, and Ernest Bachowski, 27 – started the riot because they did not like the fact a Polish teenager was in a relationship with an English man.
The 17-year-old Polish girl, Olivia Johnson, was punched to the ground and stamped on by Robert Tchorzewski, her partner Kieran Bush was assaulted by Lukasz Chluba, 32, and the Tchorzewski brothers, while Mr Bush’s father Mark was stabbed in the leg with a broken bottle by Tomasz Tchorzewski, who also smashed a bottle over the head of a man who tried to intervene.
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The incident, which began at about 11pm on June 16 last year, only ended with the Polish gang “in retreat” after other residents armed themselves with weapons and fought them off.
Judge Mark Bury described the attack as “extremely violent, nasty and aggressive”. Read the full story here.
Marc Olley – 10 months
Marc Olley prepared for a two-week stay in prison by forcing two mobile phones and four SIM cards up his bottom, and filling a pocket with drugs.
The 34-year-old was transported to HMP Hull on January 23 after being recalled for breaching the terms of his release on licence, Hull Crown Court heard. Warning lights were trigged when he was asked to sit on a metal detector chair, which indicated he was carrying something in the “rear pelvic area”.
He was strip searched and denied having anything on him, but then admitted having “something secreted”. Olley was then taken to a toilet and “produced a package” containing two mobile phones.
The next morning, he underwent a further strip search in his cell and was “required to squat”, Mr Welch said, and a “cling film wrap fell to the floor”. This contained four SIM cards.
In the back pocket of his jeans, prison officers then found another cling film wrap containing a “variety of drugs”. These were found to contain drugs including heroin, crack cocaine, spice and subutex.
Keith Morris – 18 years and six months
Well-respected locksmith Keith Morris used his power to rape and sexually abuse underage girls.
Morris, 72, was found guilty of a string of sex offences against young girls he met whilst on holiday in Kenya between January 2016 and February 2017.
He had achieved a “certain status and respect” among people in the poverty-stricken village after he had given financial support to various families and helped the young girls with medical treatment and education. But he used his status to take them to his hotel room and rape them.
Keith Morris jailed for raping underage Kenyan girls
A major investigation by the National Crime Agency and authorities in Kenya uncovered his monstrous behaviour after a British couple reported him to the police for his “odd behaviour” with children.
Raids were carried out at his home on the corner of Newbridge Road and Holland Street earlier this year.
Morris had denied all the offences against him, claiming he was “like a parent” to the girls and they “enjoyed” staying with him in hotels for the luxury.
A jury convicted him of four counts of rape of a child under 16, three counts of sexual assault by penetration of a child under 16, two counts of sexual assault of a child under 16 and two counts of perverting the course of justice. Morris was sentenced to 18 years and six months in prison.
Terence Maguire – Four years
Terence Maguire, 32, strangled his partner into unconsciousness, “taunted” her about two pregnancies she terminated, and returned to the flat they shared with videos showing him being unfaithful.
He also controlled almost every aspect of her life, stopping her seeing family and friends and dictating her use of her phone, TV and Facebook.
The victim, who is in her early 20s, met Maguire after getting into a “bad circle” drinking and taking drugs. They moved into a flat and their relationship soon became volatile after she heard Maguire had got another woman pregnant, which he denied.
A month later she was in hospital with “multiple injuries” after one of many assaults. Maguire’s violence continued, but she “could not leave the defendant, being in love with him for reasons she could not explain”.
In 2014, Maguire “strangled” his partner while sitting on top of her on the kitchen floor, causing extensive bruising. By 2015, the woman was being helped by a domestic violence support worker without Maguire’s knowledge. He was finally arrested last year after another assault.
Maguire, of Eastgate, Goole was jailed for four years.
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You Matter! If you are suffering at the hands of an abusive or violent partner or know someone that is, call Humberside Police on 101 or in an emergency ring 999.
You can also call these organisations to seek support.
- Broken Rainbow – support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender: 0845 260 4460
- Childline: 0800 111 111
- Female victim support – domestic abuse partnership: 01482 318 759
- Home office forced marriage unit: Office hours – 0207 0080 151; Out of hours – 0207 0081 500
- Hull domestic abuse partnership: 01482 318 759
- Hull rape crisis: 01482 329 990
- Male advocacy support service: 01482 444 044
- Male victim support – Hull City Council: 01482 613 978
- NSPCC: 01482 837 822
- Preston Road Women’s centre: 01482 790 310
- Refuge – 24 hour help line: 0808 2000 247
- Respect – support for men to stop domestic violence: 0845 1228 609
- Revenge porn helpline: 0845 6000 459
- SARC (sexual assault referral centre): 01482 305 037
- Strength to Change – support for men to stop domestic violence: 01482 613 403
- Victim Support: 01482 30 50 80 (local) 0845 30 30 900 (national)
- Women’s Aid: 01482 446 099 (local); 01482 474 133 (local children’s services); 0808 200 0247 (national)
Colin Cadamartriea – Life with a minimum of 20 years
Murderer Colin Cadamartriea is likely to die in prison after being sentenced to a minimum of 20 years in jail. Colin Cadamartriea , 64, murdered Jarrad Marsh when he stabbed him in the neck at a hostel in Albert Avenue in January.
Cadamartriea and Mr Marsh, who lived in a six-bedroom hostel together in Albert Avenue, had a history of trouble between them, with prosecutors saying both men had “issues” with alcohol . But the men came to the fatal fight after Mr Marsh stole his would-be killer’s money and last can of beer, the trial had heard.
Prosecutor John Thackray had said he accepted Mr Marsh’s behaviour was “violent, dishonest and manipulative”, but that Cadamartriea murdered him in an act of selfish, reckless violence.
“The defendant delivered the fatal blow for reasons of revenge and dislike, and the defendant’s actions were a gross over-reaction to Mr Marsh having stolen money and a can of beer from the defendant,” he said.
Cadamartriea claimed he attacked Mr Marsh after the victim had “pushed him too far” but that “he did not mean to kill him”. But in a police interview after the murder, Cadamartriea told officers: “I was angry but I was thinking clearly. Yeah, I knew what I were doing, yeah.”
He was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of 20 years.
Brian Smith – Four years
Drug dealer Brian Smith had a rude awakening when police found him in bed with his wife above a stash of cocaine.
Smith, 53, was in bed with his wife Christine, 60, when police raided his home at 8am on February 15. Officers found a Kinder egg under the bed containing 55 wraps of cocaine, and a another nine wraps of the Class A drug in larger sizes.
Further searches revealed 35 grams of cocaine in a Bisto gravy pot in a kitchen cupboard, while in a bin in the kitchen were “remnants of clear plastic bags” with their corners torn.
The estimated street value of the drugs was £7,000, while police also found nearly £2,500 in cash, Smith, of Jenthorpe, Orchard Park, was jailed for four years for playing a “significant role” in street dealing.
Jamane Jackson – 19 months
The victim had been stabbed twice in the chest, although a small nick on his chest suggested Jackson, 34, may have tested the blade on him before the attack, Hull Crown Court heard.
He realised he had been stabbed when his T-shirt was covered in blood, before hearing Jackson and another man discussing putting him in the boot of the car.
The man kicked Jackson away and fled from the flat in Cadogan Street, west Hull.
Jackson was originally arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, but was later charged with wounding, which he admitted, after the man’s injuries were found to not have been as serious as first found, although one wound punctured his chest cavity. He had a drain fitted in hospital.
Jackson was jailed for 19 months.
Svajuna Pocevicius – 20 months
Svajuna Pocevicius repeatedly kicked, punched and slapped his girlfriend in a five-month campaign of escalating abuse.
The pair, who both worked in a factory , met in June last year, and moved in together in August. Things began to “go wrong” in November, when Pocevicius began “pushing” his partner after drinking.
He was described as “extremely jealous”, did not like her speaking to anyone else, male or female, and damaged six of her mobile phones during the 11 months of the relationship. He also considered his partner’s money “to be his own”.
He would call his girlfriend a “bitch” and on one occasion banged her head against a wall, punched her in the head and threatened her with a knife.
The thug also attacked her with smashed chair legs from flat-pack furniture he had never assembled. The victim twice tried to “escape” the house, but each time was “caught” and brought back.
Pocevicius, of Gray Street, Goole, admitted two common assaults but denied controlling or coercive behaviour until the victim and a witness arrived at court to give evidence against him on the day of his trial. He then changed his plea to guilty.
Sentencig Pocevicius to 20 months in prison, the judge described his behaviour as “disgraceful”.
Jason Irving – Four years
Jason Irving attempted to rape a woman he had just had consensual sex with. The victim claimed she was raped by Irving, 36, after calling police in the early hours following a night out in Hull last year.
Irving, of Sleaford Avenue, east Hull, denied rape and was found not guilty of that offence on Thursday after a four-day trial at Hull Crown Court. He had already admitted attempted rape against the same woman in the same incident, which a jury of seven women and five men knew when they were trying him.
He had a previous conviction for assault occasioning actual bodily harm from 2007, which involved him punching a former partner so hard in the mouth a tooth was knocked out. Irving also had a caution for battery after putting his hand around another woman’s throat, causing her to “choke”, prosecutor Geraldine Kelly told the court.
He had tried to rape the woman in an incident on a grass area opposite the Premier Inn in Tower Street, east Hull. They had consensual sex moments earlier after spending the previous night drinking in the city centre.
He was jailed for four years.
Piotr Kreft – Three years
Piotr Kreft’s ex partner needed more than 20 stitches to a “nasty” cut to her forehead when her ex-husband threw a plate at her head. She was so frightened of Piotr Kreft, 37, that after he reluctantly agreed for an ambulance to be called, she went along with his explanation she had fallen outside.
But after suspicious medics alerted police, she was “reassured”, told them what happened, and about a history of drunken violence she had suffered at Kreft’s hands.
The woman was effectively “trapped” in her life with him and was dependent on him financially. She had nowhere else to live other than the single room they shared in Freehold Street, west Hull.
She claimed he had once broken her leg while beating her with a frying pan in their native Poland. Kreft was jailed for three years. Read more here.
Jimmy Bennett – 20 months
Hull thug Jimmy Bennett, who got his first conviction at 12, slashed a fellow prisoner to repay a spice debt.
Bennett, 20, already had 45 offences to his name when he attacked the man on a landing at HMP Moorland, a Category C men’s prison and young offenders’ institution near Doncaster.
CCTV captured the attack, although the victim had refused to cooperate with prison staff when he was asked about events. The attack, which happened on July 18 last year, left the victim with light scarring.
Bennett’s first conviction was for battery in 2010. Since then, he had become a prolific offender. In 2014, Bennett was sentenced to four years for robbery. He also had form for attacking a prison officer.
Bennett was sentenced to ten months in prison.
Nicholas Smith – Seven years
Manipulative paedophile Nicholas Smith showed “complete indifference” to a girl’s youth and persuaded her to skip school so he could have sex with her.
Jurors sitting at Hull Crown Court took five hours to convict Nicholas Smith on Thursday of two counts of sexual activity with a girl under 16 following a four-day trial.
Smith, 36, of Eastfield Road, Market Weighton, would give his victim cannabis. Recorder Bryan Cox QC said Smith had groomed his victim in 2016, knowing full well she was below the age of consent.
Recorder Cox QC said the matter was made more serious by the fact there was evidence of “a degree of planning, grooming and insistence” on Smith’s part. He was jailed for seven years.
Donna Abel and Thomas Hughes – Four years and 10 months respectively
Bungling burglar Donna Abel left her DNA at the scene of a break-in by having a bite out of a bar of chocolate.
Abel, 30, “ruined” a family’s Christmas by breaking into the house in Coltman Street, west Hull, between December 15 and 17, probably with an accomplice, Hull Crown Court heard. The victims – a couple and their two young children – returned from a short break to find all their Christmas food and drink had been stolen, which along with the damage cost them about £1,000.
Hull Crown Court heard Abel had also committed previous burglaries, including one at Constable Street in west Hull, with Thomas Hughes, 34.
She admitted two burglaries, criminal damage, being found in enclosed premises, possession of amphetamine and possession of a bladed article. She had eight previous offences on her record.
Hughes, of Floral Avenue, Rensburg Street, east Hull, admitted being found in enclosed premises, theft from a vehicle and attempted theft from a vehicle. The vehicle crimes related to coaches parked at The Deep. He had committed 65 previous offences.
Abel was jailed for four years, and Hughes for ten months.
Nathan Brine – 45 months
Nathan Brine repaid a lifetime of love and care from his 83-year-old grandmother by forcing his way into her home, wrestling her to the ground, and emptying her purse in a “quite appalling” robbery.
The victim had brought Nathan Brine up and “did what she could” for him after his release from prison by cooking his meals and washing his clothes. She also allowed his benefits to be paid into her bank account, Hull Crown Court heard.
On May 4, the day before the robbery, she called police to remove the 24-year-old from her home because she had “had enough” of his abuse and demands for money, prosecutor Phillip Evans said. He returned to her house the following day and started banging and kicking her door.
A glass pane shattered and Brine managed to get in to the house, grabbing hold of his grandmother by her arm and pulled her to the floor.
He was shouting: “Where’s your bag? Get your bag now. If you don’t get me your bag I’ll smash this place up.” He picked up her wallet which contained all the cash she had and counted it out in front of her, £90 in cash, saying ‘That will do’.
In a victim statement, Brine’s grandmother said: “I’ll never get over this.” Brine, of no fixed address, was jailed for 45 months.
Joshua Desborough – Two years
This is the second time Joshua Desborough, 27, has been jailed for assaulting the mother of his children.
The couple had not rekindled their relationship after he was jailed in 2015 for assault occasioning actual bodily harm against her, though they maintained contact because of her child.
She let him into her home on March 4, and Desborough was “initially calm but increasingly became agitated. She was using her telephone. She says he wanted to use the telephone and it ended with him throwing a glass in her direction, and that caused a cut to her head”.
Desborough got in after breaking a window in the door, and although police were called, “the defendant was for a short period in the house remonstrating” with her. He then “left by the front window”.
Desborough, of Ridgestone Avenue, Bilton, admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm and criminal damage. He had 18 previous offences on his record, including four of violence. He was jailed for two years.
John Derrett – 20 months
Sick former music teacher John Derrett revealed to police he indecently assaulted a child 40 years ago after officers found thousands of perverted images on his computer.
Derrett, 64, was arrested when police find thousands of the horrific images on his computer last year. His collection was so vast police could view 11,000 images, leaving nearly a million untouched, and was jailed for a year back in Novemberat Hull Crown Court.
But, when officers initially arrested him, Derrett, who was an organist at Holy Trinity for two years and now lives in Keyingham, confessed that he was also guilty of historic sex offences alongside creating the thousands of perverted images.
During his police interview, he told officers that he had sexually abused three boys dating to the period November 1977 to November 1980 while working in the Shropshire area.
Derrett, of Ings Lane, Keyingham, was a choirmaster and music teacher, and first met the victim at choir rehearsals and later offered him music lessons. The victim described how the offences were “occasional and sporadic”.
Derrett had been a school teacher and music teacher until his retirement in 2000, worked with choirs until 2007, and was organist at Holy Trinity between 2005 and 2007. He was jailed for 20 months.
Paul Chambers – 12 months
Paedophile Paul Chambers was caught trying to meet a 14-year-old girl for sex in a Facebook “sting”.
However, when he arrived he was met by a couple he knew who told him it was them who had been messaging him and that Emma did not exist.
It came after the couple suspected Chambers had a sexual interest in children and so set up a fake Facebook profile under the name of 14-year-old Emma Williams to catch him out.
Chambers pleaded guilty to attempting to incite child to engage in sexual activity and attempting to meet a child following sexual grooming at Hull Crown Court.
Judge Mark Bury said despite the fact there was no real victim, he still deserved to go to jail. He was jailed for 12 months.
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