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These are some of the most serious cases linked to St Helens that came before the courts this month.
This month, courts heard how a teenager ran through the streets waving a seven inch kitchen knife as he was chased by the police. When officers arrived, the then year-old fled and when a female officer caught up with him, he hit her in the face, knocking her to the ground, before throwing the weapon away and jumping 15 to 20ft from a bridge.
Other cases brought before the courts were that of a despicable woman beater who left a mum-of-four terrified, a woman who battered a disabled neighbour and a "sweating" and naked pervert. And a judge had to sentence a mum who has dated not one but two murderers - the second of whom she tried to help evade police after a killing last summer. Here are some of the most serious cases related to St Helens that came before the courts in April. Liverpool's courts are some of the busiest in the UK, with a huge variety of cases being heard each week.
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Lian Clayton dragged her disabled neighbour to the floor in a horrific attack. The year-old pinned down Karren Brhaw, who requires crutches to walk, with her knees and punched her. When a neighbour came to help she said she could hear "bones crunching" as Clayton kicked the vulnerable mum. Unable to pull Clayton from Mrs Brhaw, she held the woman's hand in comfort as she was battered and left with a broken nose, black eyes and impaired vision on August 27 last year. Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by ing up here.
Three months later Clayton and her mum, Mary Clayton, burgled another kind-hearted neighbour in St Helens, when he had gone to visit his sick wife in hospital, stealing their prescription medication. Mary Clayton ly received a suspended sentence for burglary and assaulting an emergency worker. Leanne Noon tried to stab her ex boyfriend to death after climbing into his home through a broken window. The mum left Jeoffrey Hoare pouring with blood after forcing her way into the room he had barricaded himself in.
The year-old frantically stabbed him to the head and torso before he was able to escape, fleeing for his life. Hoare fled in a desperate search for help, trying not to leave trails of blood that would lead his attacker to him in Netherley. A jury heard the facts of the case were not disputed, but Noon was found not guilty by reason of insanity of attempted murder, assault causing actual bodily harm and two counts of possessing a knife. The charges related to two separate incidents, which took place within months of each other on August 28 and October 18, Noon, now of Rowan View, Rainhill, who has a psychological affective disorder, was given an indefinite hospital order.
Reece Lowndes ran through streets waving a seven inch kitchen knife as he was chased by the police. The teenager was seen by a concerned member of the public waving the blade around in Corporation Street, St Helens on January 22 this year. When officers arrived the then year-old fled and when a female officer caught up with him, he hit her in the face, knocking her to the ground, before throwing the weapon away and jumping 15 to 20ft from a bridge.
Lowndes, of Derbyshire Hill Road, St Helens, admitted Women looking real sex St Helens an emergency worker and possessing a knife in public. The now year-old has 11 convictions for 17 offences, including knife crime and breaching court orders.
A horrified onlooker witnessed the year-old performing the sex act while looking at a group of around nine teenagers. She said she "felt physically sick" and called police, who discovered him "sweating profusely" and "out of breath" as porn played on his mobile phone. The disgusted onlooker lived in an adjacent apartment block and had been alerted to a noise in the street at about 9. Smith, who also had a bag of cannabis in his flat, has convictions for outraging public decency, including misbehaving with a cleaner's cone, for which he received a suspended sentence in The sexual deviant, of Hall Street, St Helens, admitted possessing cannabis, exposure and breaching a suspended sentence order.
Sarah Clarke who helped her killer partner evade police begged for "mercy" for the sake of her little boy.
The single mum now has two former boyfriends serving life for murder - her eight-year-old son's dad and stepdad. Her child's father, Damian 'Scarface' Gorman, carried out a pub assassination with infamous cop killer Dale Cregan. Clarke, 30, for sentenced for her "deliberate lies" to police about Strutt's whereabouts after the attack on Mr Glover.
She later hid the killer in a Blackpool hotel room, booked using her aunt's bank card, where the couple were arrested. Strutt, 39, and three others were found guilty of murdering Mr Glover on Saturday, June 13 last year. Clarke, of Chester Avenue, Stalybridge, was convicted of assisting an offender after the same trial. Get the inside track on the big stories from Liverpool Crown Court with our weekly newsletter Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe now We use your -up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding.
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