Anthony Kennedy, who was dubbed Ratboy, has been jailed again at the age of 34

Teenage criminal known as 'Ratboy' grows up - but he's back behind bars

Anthony Kennedy, who hid in ventilation shafts when he was on the run in the 1990s, jailed for burglary

A photo made available by Northumbria Police of internet troll Reece Elliott

British internet troll Reece Elliott jailed for two years after making threat to kill 200 US children on Facebook

Father-of-one admits one count of making a threat to kill and eight of sending grossly offensive messages

Jeremy Bamber among Britain’s most notorious murderers to challenge whole-life sentences in European courts

Victory for the family killer, Peter Moore and Douglas Vinter could lead to further calls from right wingers to distance the country from Strasbourg

Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote

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Midfielder appears on five different charges as controversial week for the Tyneside club continues

British internet troll Reece Elliott admits threats to kill 200 people that kept thousands of US pupils away from school

A British internet troll has admitted threatening to kill 200 US citizens in Facebook posts which led thousands of children to kept away from school.

60 guilty of 'cash for crash' scam that added £100 to Durham car insurance bills

A total of 60 people have been convicted or pleaded guilty to being involved in one of the country’s largest “crash for cash” scams.

Jail for father who bit off love rival's finger at school nativity play

A father who bit off part of a love rival's finger at a children's nativity play has been sentenced to 11 months in jail.

'Very silly': Professor convicted of scrawling polite graffiti

A university professor has been convicted of scrawling polite graffiti on luxury cars causing thousands of pounds worth of damage.

James Allen savagely attacked 81-year-old Colin Dunford in his Middlesbrough terrace home, then three days later stabbed Julie Davison, 50, to death at her flat in Whitby, North Yorkshire

'Brutal' double killer James Allen jailed for 37 years

Allen was on the run from police when he attacked 81-year-old Colin Dunford and 51-year-old Julie Davison

Newcastle United footballer Nile Ranger guilty of assaults

Newcastle United footballer Nile Ranger has been convicted of two counts of assault by beating against two police officers.

Paranoid schizophrenic who raped prostitute faces years behind bars

A paranoid schizophrenic man who repeatedly raped an escort in a nine-and-a-half hour ordeal at a hotel has been told it will be years before he is safe to be freed.

Surfthechannel.com's Anton Vickerman jailed over internet piracy

An internet pirate who made up to £60,000 a month from his site which allowed people to download TV shows and films was jailed for four years today.

Pair killed inmate to eat his liver

Two prisoners who disembowelled a fellow inmate were told by a judge yesterday that they are likely to spend the rest of their lives in jail.

Inmates lured child rapist to his death in 'cannibal' attack with plan to share his liver

Two prisoners who disembowelled an inmate so they could eat his liver were told by a judge today that they are likely to spend the rest of their lives in jail.

'Psycopath' killer gets 35 years for bludgeoning pensioner

A self-confessed “psychopath” was today jailed for life with a minimum term of 35 years after he was found guilty of bludgeoning a pensioner to death with a hammer.

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