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The 25 faces of the worst criminals in Thanet who were jailed in 2018
The district of Thanet was rocked by a number of horrific crimes committed throughout 2018.
But thankfully, many of these criminals are now facing, or have already been sentenced to, lengthy spells in prison and justice has been done.
From sexually abusing children to dealing drugs, a number of men and women have been locked away for their horrific actions.
Kent Live has rounded up some of the worst criminals from Thanet who were jailed in 2018. William Wilson: historically abusing children (Image: Kent Police)
This man has been sentenced to 22 years in prison after abusing children in Thanet between 1976 and 1986.
William Wilson, 61, formerly of Westbrook Avenue in Margate, attacked two girls under 16.
Wilson was charged with a total of seven charges which consisted of four counts of rape, two counts of indecent assault and a sexual assault.
He pleaded not guilty but was convicted by the jury and was sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court Friday, February 9, 2018. Helen May: sexually abused teenage girl in her care
Helen May sexually abused a teenage girl in her care over a period of two years at a home in Ramsgate.
The 49-year-old was a manager at a now closed Thanet care home where she abused her victim between 1999 and 2001.
May, of Hopes Lane, denied the charges but was convicted of seven counts of indecent assault on a child under 16 following a five-day trial at Canterbury Crown Court.
She was sentenced to 12 years in prison on March 12, 2018. The Thanet drug dealers who took selfies with the proceeds
Mohammed Gedi, Michael Danyo, Leon Davis, and Curtis Cooper were all sentenced to more than 15 years in total at Canterbury Crown Court on June 1, 2018 after admitting they worked together to supply Class A drugs to Margate.
On September 7 last year officers carried out a warrant at the home of 36-year-old Curtis Cooper in Canterbury Road, Margate .
Following a search of the property officers uncovered more than 160 wraps of heroin and cocaine, as well as cash and mobile phones which showed evidence of drug dealing.
Danyo, 29, was arrested in October in Grosvenor Place in Margate after officers stopped a car being driven by Cooper. Drug paraphernalia was discovered inside as well as £800 in cash. Read More Four charged after ship taken hostage
In court the four men each pleaded guilty to two charges to conspire to supply Class A drugs and the judge heard that Gedi and Danyo had been seen as the leaders of the criminal enterprise.
Gedi, who was already serving a 15-year prison sentence for other offences, was sentenced to an additional three-and-a-half years in prison.
Danyo, of Ethelbert Terrace in Margate was sentenced to nine years in prison.
Cooper, of Canterbury Road, Margate, was sentenced to 40 months in prison.
Davis, of Vale Road, Ramsgate, was sentenced to 14 months in prison. Oliver Cooper: raped a woman on Ramsgate beach (Image: Kent Police)
Oliver Cooper raped a woman on a Ramsgate beach on August 7, 2016.
Cooper, 20, and of St Michael’s Avenue in Margate, was jailed for eight years at Canterbury Crown Court on Friday, February 2, 2018.
He will appear on the sex offenders register indefinitely. Christopher Rogers: abusive man who launched a 10kg dumbbell at police Christopher Rogers, 31, of Ramsgate, was jailed for five years
Police received reports Christopher Rogers, 31, of West Cliff Road, had been abusive to his ex-partner where he was refusing to leave her flat and spitting at her at 11.14pm on May 31, 2018.
After grabbing two kitchen knives, he finally left the flat. Police then attended Rogers’ home.
Footage captured on the officers’ body worn cameras shows Rogers confronting the police angrily with knives in his hand before hiding in his bedroom.
After officers enter the house and tell Rogers to calm down, the violent thug was then seen peering behind his bedroom door before launching a 10kg dumbbell hitting PC Mark Bramwell.
Shouting and swearing, he then threw another dumbbell and a kitchen knife at PC Bramwell.
Luckily the knife narrowly misses the officer and breaks when it hits the wall.
The officers managed to escape from the building where they were joined by riot police. With their assistance, Rogers was detained and arrested.
When he was interviewed, Rogers said he did not remember much of the evening or the interaction with the police.
But when he was shown the shocking footage, he confirmed he was the man in the video.
Rogers was jailed on Monday, August 20, 2018 for five years after admitting possessing a knife, attempted wounding with intent and assaulting a police officer. Marek Michal Pietras: the Travelodge guest who stabbed his own brother Marek Michal Pietras, 32, stabbed his brother at the Travelodge in Royal Parade, Ramsgate
A Travelodge guest who stabbed his own brother was jailed for 30 months in August 2018.
Marek Michal Pietras, 32, of no fixed address, was staying at the Travelodge in Royal Parade, Ramsgate , on February 26 while he was working on a nearby shop-fitting project.
He stabbed his brother following an argument about money in the early hours, before the victim stumbled into the hotel’s reception area covered in blood.
Within minutes, Pietras had fled the scene where he was later found by police hiding in Ramsgate.
The knife Pietras used on his brother was later found by police in his hotel room.
Pietras’ brother was raced to a London hospital after suffering from a number of serious injuries, including two puncture wounds to his chest, injuries to his forearm and a deep cut on his head.
The 32-year-old was initially accused of the attempted murder of his brother, but pleaded guilty to unlawful wounding.
He was sentenced to 30 months in jail at Canterbury Crown Court on Monday, August 13, 2018. Aleksandr Saprykin and Ryan Diggens: armed robbers targeted shop with BB gun Alexsandr Sapryking (left) and Ryan Diggens (right) were both jailed
Two armed robbers tried and failed to steal cash from a shop in Ramsgate at around 1.30pm on February 7, 2018.
Carrying weapons, Aleksandr Saprykin, 40, and Ryan Diggens, 24, confronted a member of staff working in a shop in the high street and demanded money.
When the shop assistant refused to give them anything, the pair took shots at him and tried to hit him with a Taser.
However, the victim fought back and managed to disarm Saprykin and get him onto the floor, despite continuing to receive punches from Diggens, before the robbers left the shop and ran away empty-handed.
The victim was taken to hospital with a metal ball-bearing lodged in his neck which required surgery to remove it. Police sealed off the International convenience store on Ramsgate High Street
Diggens was arrested at his home address in Newcastle Hill, Ramsgate the following morning, while Saprykin, of Chapel Place in Ramsgate, was arrested on February 26, 2018.
They were both found guilty by a jury at Canterbury Crown Court of attempted robbery, having an imitation firearm with intent to commit robbery and having a firearm (Taser) with intent to commit robbery.
On Tuesday, September 25 Saprykin was given a 16-year extended sentence, which included 12 years in prison, of which at least two thirds must be served before he can be considered for release, and an additional four years on licence.
Diggens was sentenced to nine years in prison and as he was already on a suspended sentence, he was also ordered to serve an additional five-and-a-half months in prison consecutively. Liam Bayliss: single punch left attacker’s victim in coma with life-changing injuries Left, Liam Bayliss, jailed for more than four years, and right, Joe Shaw, his victim who has been left severely disabled
A 24-year-old man left his victim in a coma with life-changing injuries after dealing a devastating blow to his head in Ramsgate.
Liam Bayliss assaulted another man in his 20s during the early hours of March 17, 2018 in Ramsgate High Street.
The victim suffered a serious head injury and Bayliss was arrested shortly after.
Bayliss had been out drinking around the bars in Ramsgate and before the assault had been seen by witnesses to become more agitated, argumentative and aggressive towards other members of the public enjoying their nights out.
Bayliss, of no fixed address, admitted causing grievous bodily harm but denied intentionally causing the injuries.
Following a week-long trial, the jury returned with the verdict that Bayliss was not guilty of causing the injury intentionally.
He was sentenced to four years and three months in prison at Canterbury Crown Court on Wednesday, September 5, 2018. Dean Fowler: stamped on a woman’s leg and broke it Dean Fowler told police he had never been violent towards his victim
Deann Fowler, 43 and of Eltham in London, was staying at a caravan park in Monkton near Ramsgate when he carried out his vicious assault on a woman.
He was sentenced to 3 years in prison on December 11, 2017.
The court heard how Fowler returned from a drinking session on September 16 last year and punched his victim in the face repeatedly, before jumping and stamping on her leg.
His victim was so frightened she didn’t report the assault until January of 2018 when a friend called police on her behalf.
During police interviews, Fowler, who was also given a five year restraining order not to contact his victim, claimed she had sustained the injuries when she fell out of the caravan when she went to walk the dog.
He told officers that he had never been violent towards her. Alan Naylor: rapist who targeted teenage girl
Alan Naylor, 35, raped a teenage girl at a house in Margate last year.
The victim ran out of the property onto the street after the ordeal, where a man was able to lend her his mobile phone to call the police.
Naylor, of Brockman’s Close in Minster, was sentenced to 13-and-a-half years in prison at Canterbury Crown Court on March 9, 2018.
He will serve an additional four years on licence upon his release. Kieron McDonald-Gillet: attacked a woman and left her with a fractured hand and scarred ear
A woman was left with a broken hand and scarred ear following an attack carried out by a man from Margate. Kieron McDonald-Gillet, 22, of Canterbury Road threw a can of beer at his former partner so hard that it fractured her hand.
The court heard how he then continued to argue with the woman inside a property in Margate before taking a knife from the kitchen drawer and slashing her across the ear. McDonald-Gillet then smashed up items around her home before fleeing the scene.
Canterbury Crown Court heard the victim called for an ambulance and rang police immediately after the vile attack.
On August 1, 2018 he was sentenced to seven years and two months in prison. Read More