Behind bars: Lincolnshire criminals locked up in July

Two men sentenced for a man’s brutal murder in a Boston car park and a Lincolnshire man who recorded himself sexually abusing his own baby daughter were among those jailed in July.

Two prison absconders also returned to jail last month after going on the run.

Here’s a summary of notable court reports from July 2019:


Mariusz Skiba and Dariusz Kaczkowski

Mariusz Skiba (L) and Dariusz Kaczkowski (R) attacked the man over a request for £1.

Two men were sentenced to a combined 37 years in prison for the brutal murder of Przemeslaw Cierniak in a Boston car park.

Dariusz Kaczkowski, 33, of Woodville Road, Boston, who stabbed Cierniak to death, was ordered to serve a minimum sentence of 23 years before parole. Skiba, 32, of no fixed address, who joined the attack by ferociously kicking and punching him, was ordered to serve 14 years.

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Man abused his own baby daughter

*No photo was available – the man cannot be named to protect the identity of his two victims.

A Lincolnshire man who recorded himself sexually abusing his own baby daughter has been jailed for 13 years.

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James Ellis

James Ellis. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

James Ellis, 23, was jailed for 12 years and four months after he slashed his victim’s face with a Stanley knife during a night out in Spalding.

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Robert Price

*No photo was available

Robert Price, 74, of Lyndhurst Estate, Sea Lane in Ingoldmells was convicted of sex attacks on three young girls, including one younger than seven. He was jailed for 11 and a half years.

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Philip Evans

*No photo was available

Philip Evans, 51, of Friars Lane in Lincoln, who was convicted of sexually assaulting a teenage girl for his own gratification, was jailed for seven years.

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Andrew Hough

Andrew Hough was jailed for four years and eight months. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

A masked robber brandished a crossbow and a knife at staff during a terrifying early morning raid on a convenience store in Boston. Andrew Hough, 42, of Bowman Close, Boston, was jailed for four years and eight months.

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Matthew Verity

Matthew Verity was jailed for two years. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

Matthew Verity, 41, of Edmonds Close, Stamford, was caught in a sting operation when he linked up with what he thought was a 14-year-old boy on the Grindr app. He was jailed for two years.

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Mateusz Marcinkowski

Mateusz Marcinkowski was jailed for a total of two years. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

A pensioner celebrating her birthday found herself confronted by a burglar when she went to check her back door, leaving her worried for her own safety. Mateusz Marcinkowski, 28, of Trinity Street, Boston, was jailed for a total of two years.

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James Pennell

James Pennell was jailed for a total of 17 months. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

James Pennell, 29, of Willows Court, Tattershall, who knocked out his partner’s teeth after their car became stranded in a field on a night out, was jailed for a total of 17 months.

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Adam Moore

Adam Moore has been jailed for 15 months.

Adam Moore, 32, of Weelsby Street in Grimsby, who frantically attempted to evade police at high speed, has been jailed for 15 months.

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Jak Smith

Jak Stephen Smith is wanted by police. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

Jak Smith, 24, of Ermine Close in Lincoln, was jailed for 12 months after attacking a shop worker and leaving him with serous injuries.

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Back to jail

Brian McBride

Brian McBride failed to return to HMP North Sea Camp from a work placement in the Boston area. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

An inmate serving a life sentence for sex offences – Brian McBride, 52, – was found in a car 35 miles away after going on the run. He admitted a charge of remaining at large after being given temporary release from a life prison sentence on June 25 and he was jailed for four months.

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Stephen Tierney

Stephen Tierney absconded from HMP North Sea Camp. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

Convicted rapist Stephen Tierney, who absconded from HMP North Sea Camp, was caught and arrested in London after nearly a month on the run. He was returned to a secure prison.

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