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Life in prison for man who murdered fellow traveller in Cambridgeshire

Mark Mosley. Credit: Cambridgeshire Police.

A man who shot dead a fellow traveller at a New Year's Eve party has been jailed for life.

Mark Mosley, 43, was last month found guilty of the murder of father-of-four Jessie Smith on a traveller site in Burwell, Cambridgeshire.

Today he was told he would spend a minimum of 30 years behind bars.


Taxi boss jailed for life after running over ex-wife's boyfriend six times

Nasser Rezaie has been jailed for life for the murder of Allan Frampton. Credit: Essex Police.

A taxi boss who ran over and killed his ex-wife's new boyfriend has been jailed for life.

Nasser Rezaie, who ran Ali's Taxis, was convicted of the murder of Allan Frampton in a quiet cul-de-sac in May this year.

He ran over him in his Mercedes six times.

Rezaie, from Petersfield in Chelmsford, was today jailed for life with a minimum of 18 years.

Allan Frampton was murdered in May this year. Credit: Essex Police.

Big police presence at court ahead of sentencing over traveller murder

Mark Mosley. Credit: Cambridgeshire Police.

Riot vans have arrived at Cambridge Crown Court ahead of the sentencing of a man convicted of murdering a fellow traveller.

Mark Mosley, 43, was last month found guilty of killing father-of-four Jessie Smith at Burwell on News Year's Eve.

Several police officers have arrived at court today. During the trial, the families of Mosley and Mr Smith clashed outside the building.

Man jailed for life for Clacton murder

A man has been jailed for life for the murder of another man in Clacton town centre in April.

Darren Gilbert, 22, of Holland Road, Clacton, appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court today, and was told he will serve a minimum of 20 years in jail for murdering James Gregoire.

Mr Gregoire, 54, was stabbed following an altercation which spread across a number of streets in April.

Senior investigating officer, DCI Morgan Cronin, said

Darren Gilbert jailed for life today for the murder of a man in Clacton Credit: Essex Police

"Darren Gilbert is a dangerous man who will now have a long time behind bars to think about his actions.

– DCI Morgan Cronin, Essex Police

Niece admits murder of her uncle, 80, in Suffolk

John Proctor was murdered by his niece in June this year.

A 41-year-old woman from Suffolk has admitted murdering her elderly uncle.

John Proctor, who was 80, was found strangled at his home at Grimsey Road in Leiston in June this year.

Susan Warne, of Valley Road, Leiston, pleaded guilty to the killing at Ipswich Crown Court yesterday.

She will be sentenced at a later date.

Susan Warne, who admitted murdering her uncle. Credit: Suffolk Police.


Police widen search for Colchester murder weapon

Police in Colchester have widened their hunt for the weapon used in a frenzied attack on a vulnerable man.

James Attfield, 33, from East Bay in Colchester, was struck down in Lower Castle Park early on Saturday morning - he suffered 102 knife wounds before he died.

Detectives are still struggling to find a motive for the attack.

Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Victoria Lampard.

Historic murder investigation seeks woman caller

Detectives in Great Yarmouth, investigating a murder 29 years ago say they want to talk to a woman who called them at the time.

They believe she may hold a vital clue to the circumstances surrounding the death of 24 year old Peter Miller who was stabbed in his home on Camden Place in 1984.

The woman rang asking to speak to a female officer on Sunday 30th December that year but wouldn't leave her name.

Murder detectives re-arrest man

Police investigating the murder of a woman in Bury St Edmunds have re-arrested a man in connection with the killing. Mary Roberts, who was 50 was found dead in a pub car park in the town in March.

A 56 year old man from the Bury St Edmunds area was re-arrested this morning on suspicion of murder and is currently being held in the Martlesham Police Investigation Centre. A 59 year old man remains on police bail.

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