A restaurant boss is facing a lengthy prison term after being convicted of a string of grooming offences involving girls.
The Old Bailey heard father-of-five Mohammed Khubaib had a "persistent and almost predatory interest" in teenage girls.
The 43-year-old married businessman, originally from Pakistan, groomed the girls by giving them money, presents or cigarettes before plying them with vodka.
Following a trial, a jury found him guilty of forcing a 14-year-old girl to perform a sex act on him and nine counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation involving girls aged from 12 to 15 between November 2010 and January 2013.
Fellow defendant Manase Motaung, 32, was cleared of raping a 16-year-old and seven trafficking charges, involving six girls.
Remanding Khubaib, of Peterborough, in custody until May 15, Judge Peter Rook QC told him: "You must know the only sentence is a custodial sentence - and a long sentence."
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A man arrested in November last year on suspicion of murdering Wisbech pensioner Una Crown has been released with no further action.
The 44 year old man, also from Wisbech, was arrested and then bailed.
He's now been released due to insufficient evidence.
Police have not yet charged anyone with the murder of the 86 year old, who was found dead at her home in the Cambridgeshire town in January 2013.
Firefighters have put out a fire started by a pile of spontaneously combusting tea towels.
The crew arrived to find a small fire in the utility room of a the Gordon Arms pub in Oundle Road, in Orton Longueville, Peterborough.
Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used a hose reel and jet to put out the flames. They said the blaze is likely to have been started when hot tea towels were folded on top of one another and started to smoulder.
"When the crew arrived, they could smell burnt oil, similar to that of a kitchen fire. A small fire was located on the first floor in a utility room, which turned out to be a pile of washed, dried and folded tea towels that had been smouldering for a number of hours.
"It is believed that the tea towels - which had been exposed to kitchen oils and grease - were folded while hot, causing them to self-heat and a fire to start.
"Although this type of fire is rare, we would like to remind those in the catering industry to ensure they wash towels correctly to remove all traces of fats and oils and therefore minimise the risk of this type of incident.
"It is also very important to remind all business and homeowners to call the fire service if their alarm does activate and they discover the signs of a fire."
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Wellingborough MP Peter Bone has called for an investigation of an "appalling" incident in which a man's body was dumped beside a rubbish bin by paramedics.
Crews from the East of England Ambulance Service were called out after James Harrison, 32, collapsed and died near his home in Cambridgeshire.
The trust has since admitted they left him lying on the floor of an ambulance station so that they could finish the shift on time.
Chief executive Anthony Marsh said the trust is "working with the family" to find out what happened.
"We are very sorry for what happened and have launched a thorough investigation," he added.
The allegations came to light after a whistle-blower contacted the press claiming Mr Harrison's body was left on the floor at Ely Ambulance Station, in Nutholt Lane, for an hour instead of being taken to a mortuary at Addenbrooke's Hospital, in Cambridge.
Mr Harrison was found dead at his home in of Hardwicke Close, Littleport, on September 24.
The inquest will take place at the South Fens Business Centre, Chatteris, today.
Four teenagers have been cleared of beating a man to death in an underpass.
Prosecutors at Cambridge Crown Court had claimed Michael Green, 23, was hit with a vodka bottle, punched, kicked and stamped on by the gang - three boys and a girl - in a late-night assault in Peterborough in May last year.
The youths, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had denied murder and today a jury found all of them not guilty, Cambridgeshire Police said.
"I think about Michael every day and I miss him very much. I have had many very low moments when I have cried for my lost son.
"The thought that Michael's life was so cruelly cut short, is very hard to live with. Michael's death has been a terrible shock to me and to the whole family.
"I have got good support from family and friends. I am very grateful for that support. This has left a huge hole in my life but I am sure that time will be a great healer."
The defendants are now all 17 apart from the youngest boy, who is 16.
Police believe the answer to solving Una Crown's murder still 'lies within the local community' - two years on from her death.Read the full story ›
The mother of a boy who was murdered 20 years ago today has demanded that the Police re-open the investigation into his death.Read the full story ›
A former mayor of Wisbech has been given a 21 month prison sentence - suspended for two years and ordered to do community service after a Second World War pistol was found at his home.
Jonathan Farmer was found guilty of illegally possessing a firearm after a two-day trial at Cambridge Crown Court.
The 56-year-old had argued the weapon was an antique and he did not know it was loaded.