Joanna Dennehy accomplice Gary Stretch sentence appeal rejected

A man jailed for helping the serial killer Joanna Dennehy in a murder spree which left three men dead, has had a bid to cut his sentence rejected. Gary Stretch, from Peterborough, was jailed for life with a minimum of 19 years in February.

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Accomplices of serial killer jailed

Gary Stretch Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

The accomplices of serial killer Joanna Dennehy have been sentenced for their role in the killing spree.

Gary Stretch, formerly known as Gary Richards, has been jailed for life and must serve a minimum of 19 years. He had been convicted of three counts of preventing lawful and decent burial and two attempted murders following a trial at Cambridge Crown Court.

Leslie Layton, 37, of Bifield, Orton Goldhay, has been sentenced to a total of 14 years. He had been found guilty of two counts of preventing lawful and decent burial and perverting the course of justice following a trial.

Leslie Layton Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

Robert Moore, 56, of Belvoir Way, Dogsthorpe, was locked up for three years. He admitted two counts of assisting an offender.

Robert Moore Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

Joanne Dennehy, 31, was told she would never be released from prison for the murders of three men, and the attempted murders of two others, in a two-week period at the end of March, last year.

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