Locked: Pedophiles, killers and fatal accident drivers are jailed

We look at their cases.

South Wales Argus:

Timothy Dallimore

Pedophile Timothy Dallimore told a “13-year-old” schoolgirl that he wanted to see her in uniform, panties and a swimsuit after meeting her online.

But he exchanges “increasingly sinister and sexual” messages not with a young teenager named Chloe, but an undercover police officer.

The defendant, 49, from Tredegar, is a convicted pedophile who also used deletion and encryption software to cover his tracks.

He admitted attempting to engage in sexual communication with a child and violating a sexual harm prevention order.

South Wales Argus:

Oliver Thomas

A promising athlete and rugby player places his mother’s boyfriend in intensive care after a brutal assault.

Oliver Thomas flattened Mark Smith’s nose, knocked out four of his front teeth, split his palate open and left him with a fractured jaw and eye socket.

It took the victim six days to wake up from the vicious attack which led to him undergoing surgery with titanium plates inserted into his forehead, cheeks and jaw.

Thomas, 21, of Newport pleaded guilty to intentionally causing grievous bodily harm.

He was imprisoned for five years.

South Wales Argus:

Keilan Roberts

Keilan Roberts caused the death of a teenage girl by driving while under the influence of drink and drugs.

The 22-year-old from Rhymney, Caerphilly admitted to four counts related to the death of Chloe Hayman, 17, who was a passenger in his car in the early hours of July 24, 2022.

He had consumed alcohol, cocaine, ketamine and ecstasy before getting behind the wheel of his Skoda Octavia after a night out in Pontypridd.

Cardiff Crown Court heard Roberts had never met Chloe before that evening and offered to take her to his home in Tonypandy after arguing with his girlfriend.

Roberts lost control of his car in the village of Fochriw, with the crash resulting in a fatal chest wound to Chloe who died at the scene.

Judge David Wynn Morgan jailed him for three years and nine months and banned him from driving for 10 years.

South Wales Argus:

Adam’s challenger

A man was electrocuted four times while fighting police after they stopped him in his Land Rover Freelander.

Adam Challenger, 41, from Ebbw Vale became “aggressive” and attacked the officers.

They later found a rifle and cartridges when they searched his home.

Challenger was jailed for two years.

South Wales Argus:

Dennis Akpomedeye

A murderous ex-boyfriend stabs a Polish student to death in an alley after he ends their relationship.

Dennis Akpomedaye, 30, tried to decapitate Anna Jedrkowiak while stabbing her nearly 40 times after midnight in Ealing, west London, after stalking her from her Newport home.

Dressed in a balaclava and hooded, he waited for the 21-year-old woman, known as Ania, to finish her shift at Las Iguanas before following him and a young man close to her.

Judge Rajeev Shetty told Akpomedeye that the attack was “vicious and barbaric”.

He was jailed for life with a minimum term of 29 years.

South Wales Argus:

Corey Rowland

A man left his next door neighbor needing 25 stitches after biting his nose following an argument over noise.

Corey Rowlands, 21, attacked Russell Lewis after the pair got into a fight outside their home in Caerphilly.

The victim went outside to confront the defendant after he threw the pint glass at his sitting room window.

Rowlands’ attacks were fueled by alcohol with her drinking eight or nine cans of 7% cider or a bottle of vodka a day at the time.

The defendant, from Brynheulog Street, Penybryn pleaded guilty to intentionally causing grievous bodily harm.

He has a previous belief in violence.

Rowlands was jailed for 34 months.

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