Lincolnshire
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Behind bars: Criminals locked up in Lincolnshire in September

They were jailed for a range of offences

Two white supremacists from Lincolnshire, and a former A&E doctor who carried out a violent rape, were among those jailed across the county in September.

Here’s a summary of notable court reports from last month:


David Parnham

*No photograph was available from police

A white supremacist from Lincoln behind the “Punish a Muslim Day” campaign, who sent over 300 malicious letters to public figures including anthrax to the Queen, was jailed for 12 years and six months.

David Parnham, 36, will serve the sentence in hospital until he is well enough to be transferred to prison.

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Nathan Worrell

Nathan Worrell was jailed for two years and six months. Photo: Counter Terrorism Police

A 46-year-old unemployed white supremacist from Grimsby – Nathan Worrell – who owned shirts, jumpers and boxer shorts emblazoned with Nazi swastikas and emblems, was jailed for two years and six months for intending to stir up racial hatred.

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Dr Joel Ajewole

*No photograph was available from police

Former A&E doctor from Lincolnshire Dr Joel Ajewole was jailed for nine and a half years after admitting carrying out a violent rape.

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Timothy Young

Timothy Young.

Nottinghamshire man Timothy Young, 24, who had sex with a vulnerable 15-year-old girl on Skegness beach, was jailed for five years

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Trevor Barlow

Trevor Barlow has been jailed for four and a half years. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

Trevor Barlow, 39, disturbed the victim after breaking into a house in Knight Terrace in Lincoln, but he fled taking away property when he was discovered. He was sent to prison for four and a half years.

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Elizabeth Biddle

Elizabeth Biddle was jailed for two years and eight months. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

Elizabeth Biddle, 41, was jailed for a total of two years and eight months for stealing thousands of pounds worth of items in house raids.

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Benjamin Moss

Benjamin Moss was jailed for 32 months. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

A 32-year-old man who acted as the getaway driver for two masked robbers was jailed for 32 months. Moss drove the men to a house in Grosvenor Road in Skegness, who walked inside armed with a baseball bat and a meat cleaver.

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Ryan Booth

Ryan Booth. Photo: Humberside Police

Ryan Booth, 38, was jailed for over two years for coercively controlling and assaulting his female victim. He was given two years and six months for Coercive Control and one year and six months for ABH. The sentences will run concurrently.

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