The Kent drug sellers, the perverted milkman and the care home thief


Summer has arrived several times, but some Kent criminals will now spend it behind bars.

From the perverted milkman to the care home thief, we will all sleep greater, soundly understanding they’re in prison.

Kent Live has rounded up the 22 guys and girls locked up in May 2019.

A milkman who stalked and then sexually assaulted a lady after breaking into her home at night time wearing surgical gloves has been jailed for eight years.

Kevin O’Driscoll, who was described as a ‘manipulative and perilous liar’ by using a choice, was handed an extended sentence for public safety.

Consequently, he should serve at least two-thirds of the prison term before even being considered for launch. A further two years will then be delivered to any license duration.

A courtroom heard he faced his sufferer outside her bedroom door, having pestered her for numerous months.

The lady, who can’t be identified for legal motives, defined him as ‘atypical’ and advised a courtroom she changed into so anxious via his ‘creepy’ behavior on earlier occasions that she started out retaining notes.

A court heard she even bravely confronted forty-nine-year-old O’Driscoll to tell him to his face that he was a stalker.

But occasions escalated when, after warning him she could record him to police if he did not leave her alone, O’Driscoll said, “Right, now I’m going to do something about you.”

Two days later, he broke into her residence and subjected her to a terrifying ordeal, leaving her fearing for her existence, Maidstone Crown Court was advised.

O’Driscoll, from Leysdown in Sheerness, denied stalking between September 1, 2017, and May 29, the final 12 months; however, he modified his plea to responsibility a day after the victim had given evidence at his trial in December.

He admitted extra prices of trespassing with the motive to commit a sexual offense and sexual attack.

However, O’Driscoll, who also labored as a bizarre-process guy, denied attack by beating and attempted rape. This turned into popular with the aid of the prosecution.

He was sentenced to 8 years in jail and will spend another 2 years on his license after his custodial sentence is completed.

A drug dealer who concealed cocaine programs stamped with a Batman emblem was jailed for six years.

Jamie Cass, 32, of Woodlands Road in Gillingham, was arrested on February 22 while conducting research into capsules in Medway.

Officers discovered a bag containing numerous blocks of cocaine in his vehicle and bundles of coins inside a far-off managed secret compartment.

More programs and banknotes were found at an address in Gillingham where Cass was staying.

He was sentenced on May 28 at Maidstone Crown Court after pleading for conspiracy to deliver cocaine and ownership of criminal belongings.
Simon Childs

An arsonist who started a house hearth in West Malling, understanding his mom-in-regulation changed into the inside, has been jailed.

Simon Childs, fifty-two, was sentenced to existence imprisonment and informed he would want to serve a minimum of 32 years before he can be considered for parole.

Jackie Allen, 65, died due to the fire on Spitfire Road on November 17.

Childs broke into the belongings at 9 pm and used gas packing containers encumbered with petrol to start a hearth in a lean-to next to the kitchen.

Mrs. Allen died in a health facility, while other individuals suffered accidents after jumping to safety from a first-floor bedroom.

Childs was arrested at nearby assets in Hurricane Close.

He denied any blame all through police interviews and pleaded no responsibility for the costs of murder and attempted homicide.

This man will spend six years in prison for setting up county strains of drug dealing.

Cecil Mufarinya, 26, of Kingsman Street in Woolwich, was stopped by patrolling officers on Shrubbery Road, Gravesend, on April 16.

He refused to open the door to his blue Mercedes A-Class, and officials should see via the window that he turned into trying to do away with the battery of a burner cellphone.

The smartphone contained severa messages regarding the delivery of crack cocaine and heroin.

He becomes additionally observed to have a dangled movie bundle containing the drugs.

Marina was charged and pleaded responsible for conspiring to deliver heroin and crack cocaine at Woolwich Crown Court on May 23.