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Round-up of convictions

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Dear eCops user,

Please find below a round-up of last week’s convictions relating to Huntingdonshire. If you wish to see all news please visit the news section on our website https://www.cambs.police.uk/news-and-appeals/news-and-appeals.

Two men who stabbed their friend to death in a sustained attack have been jailed for life. Jordan Shepherd, 24, and Ashley White, 21, lured Sam Mechelewski, 20, to a secluded wooded area of Hinchingbrooke Country Park, in Huntingdon, on 31 January 2018. They stabbed him to the throat and neck and assaulted him with a baseball bat. Sam’s body, which was later found to have more than 20 separate injuries, was discovered by a dog walker at 1.30pm the following day. Full story here: https://www.cambs.police.uk/news-and-appeals/Men-jailed-for-Huntingdon-murder

A man has been sentenced to four years imprisonment after he was caught with more than £1,000 worth of cash and drugs at the Secret Garden Party in 2017. Maxwell Silwano, 27, appeared at Cambridge Crown Court on Friday (25 January) after he was found guilty of numerous drugs offences. The court heard how officers stopped him and two friends because they matched the description of three men who had stolen from a tent two days previous. Full story here: https://www.cambs.police.uk/news-and-appeals/SGP-drug-dealer-sentenced

Two teenagers who launched an unprovoked attack on two men in Huntingdon, leaving one with life-changing injuries, have been jailed for a total of 17 years. Morgan Harris and Kyi Wickert, both 18, began their assault at just after midnight on 1 August last year when the former threw a pint glass at the victims, aged 48 and 51, hitting the older one on the head and knocking him to the ground. Full story here: https://www.cambs.police.uk/news-and-appeals/Horrific-assault-left-man-deaf-and-blind
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