Three men have admitted assaulting a man in Aylesbury which left the victim with bleeding on the brain.
Tomasz Biernacki, 41, Gwedon Jakoc, 30, and Elias Cordero, 20, admitted carrying out the assault on the 42-year-old victim at around 2.30am in Aylesbury on 7th May.
Biernacki and Jakoc were sentenced to five years in prison and Cordero was given an 18 month sentence for admitting Grevious Bodily Harm when they appeared at Aylesbury Crown Court on Wednesday 14th August.
Investigating officer Det Con Dave Phipps said: “This was an unprovoked attack that left their victim with serious injuries that required treatment in hospital.
“I hope these sentences send out a stark warning to people that mindless violence is totally unacceptable and will not be tolerated.”
A woman has been raped after a night out in Buckinghamshire.
The attack happened in the back garden of a property in the area of St Hilda’s Court and St Anthony Close in Aylesbury in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The 49-year-old woman met her attacker in the Mendoza's bar in the town on Saturday night and got into a taxi with him.
Police are trying to trace anyone else in the nightclub who may have more information and the taxi driver.
Two people have been arrested in connection with the death of a man in Buckinghamshire. The body of Darrell Farnham was discovered at his home on Belgrave Road in Aylesbury on Sunday.
A 42-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder and a 36-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender. Both are currently in police custody.
A 40-year-old man from Aylesbury who was arrested on suspicion of murder and a 37-year-old woman who was arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender were both bailed until 28 June.
What happens to your old bicycle when you take it to the tip? Thrown into landfill or left to rust? Well one council has enlisted the help of the local prison and are turning broken and battered two-wheelers into hard cash for charity
A prison education programme is teaching inmates how to repair old bicycles so they can be sold, with the proceeds going to charity. Prisoners at HMP Aylesbury have been renewing bikes, salvaged from a rubbish dump. The project is part of a rehabilitation scheme.
Once they have been fixed and cleaned up at the jail, the old and unwanted bicycles are then sold on at a recycle shop run by a local hospice.
Thames Valley Police say an ear found in church grounds in Aylesbury is not human. Officers have concluded their investigation into a report received last month that what might be a human body part had been found in the grounds of St Mary’s Church, St Mary’s Square, Aylesbury.
Following a forensic examination, the force has confirmed that the ear found at the scene is not human.
Police are appealing to the public for any information of a vulnerable missing man from Aylesbury.
Mr Wheeler is 5ft 9ins tall, of stocky build, with short brown hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen in the Bierton Road area where he was wearing grey tracksuit trousers, a grey t-shirt, jacket and sand-coloured boots.
Thames Valley Police has welcomed the news that a £2,000 reward has been offered, more than a year after a shooting in Aylesbury.
The investigation into this horrific shooting is continuing and I welcome the significant reward being offered by Crimestoppers. Over a year may have passed but we are as committed as ever to finding the culprits behind this incident and bringing them to justice. I believe someone out there holds vital information that could assist us this investigation and hope that the reward might encourage them to come forward.
We still do not believe this was a random attack and so I urge anyone with information to contact police or Crimestoppers as soon as possible.”
Crimestoppers is offering a £2,000 reward a year after a shooting in Aylesbury and says people can give information without fear of anything happening to them.
Someone out there knows who carried out this callous attack but it may be they are just too scared to speak to the police for fear of repercussions. Our 24/7 phone and online services give the public a way of speaking up safely, without fear of being identified or connected to the call. We urge anyone with information to contact us; we don’t judge or need to know details about you. We simply act as a ‘middle-man’ to get your information to the police and help bring these criminals to justice and prevent any future attacks."
Independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers is offering up to £2,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person involved in the shooting of a man in Aylesbury last year and says fear is no longer a barrier to speaking up.
The shooting of the victim, Kevin Williams, occurred at 10am on 28th March 2012. He was found at an address in Stour Close with gunshot wounds to his arms and head. Kevin, who is now 34, was left in a critical condition and suffered life-changing injuries.