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Rioter Gordon Thompson jailed for Reeves furniture shop arson attack

The rioter who set fire to a 140-year-old furniture shop, burning it to the ground in a scene which became a symbol of last summer’s riots, has been sentenced to 11-and-a-half years in prison.

Pregnant woman relives machete raid ordeal

A pregnant woman has described how she was left "terrified" by machete-wielding burglars who tied her to a chair after threatening her three-year-old son.

Five convicted of burglary at farm

Five men have been found guilty of a burglary where a man was found dead by his business partner.

Laura Johnson leaves court with her mother, Lindsay, yesterday

Detective texted tycoon's daughter during her trial

A Scotland Yard detective is under investigation for allegedly sending "inappropriate" text messages to the daughter of a millionaire businessman, who was found guilty yesterday of driving a gang of thieves around south London during last summer's riots.

Millionaire's daughter Laura Johnson convicted over riots looting

A millionaire's daughter was warned she could be jailed after being convicted today of driving looters on a late-night crime spree at the height of last summer's riots.

'Burglar' hijacks children in car

A man wanted over a knife attack has been charged with kidnapping after he allegedly hijacked a mother's car and led police on a mile-long chase with her two young children still strapped in the back seat.

'Lifelong burglar' jailed for rape

A "lifelong burglar" who broke into a 60-year-old woman's flat and raped her was jailed for 12 years today.

Woman held in custody over Cowell break-in

A woman accused of breaking into Simon Cowell's mansion wielding a brick has appeared in court.

Millionaire's daughter 'too scared to stop looters'

A millionaire's daughter who drove looters around while they robbed people at knifepoint during last year's riots told a court today she had been too scared to stop them.

'I was too scared to stop looters', says millionaire's daughter

A millionaire's daughter who drove looters around while they robbed people at knifepoint during last year's riots told a court today she had been too scared to stop them.

Seven-year manhunt for 'Australia's most wanted' fugitive Malcolm Naden ends

After seven years on the run, Australia's most wanted man was finally behind bars today following a police raid prompted by a tip-off.

Rioting millionaire's daughter 'knew what she was doing'

A millionaire's daughter accused of taking part in last summer's riots was not acting under duress, a court was told today.

Teenager admits killing OAP during riots

A 17-year-old boy today admitted killing a pensioner during last summer's riots.

Ashraf Haziq

18-year-old jailed for attack on Ashraf Rossli

An 18-year-old was today jailed for a total of seven years for attacking a Malaysian student during the London riots and other offences.

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