Hughes, 41, of Pentland Close, Winsford, pleaded guilty to robbery and possessing a knife in a public place and was jailed for four-and-a-half years. Mee, also of Palatine Street, was sentenced to two years and six months after being convicted of assisting an offender. But the whole thing, including his getaway, was caught on CCTV, leading police straight to his front door, where the arresting officers also discovered a cannabis farm.
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Samantha Farrelly, 40, meanwhile, allowed her former home in Heywood to be used by Cooney as a cannabis farm. A judge said that it was a 'great tragedy' that Thompson, who was described as a 'family man', went out armed with a knife and committed a 'cowardly and unprovoked attack'.
He pleaded pleading guilty to theft of a motor vehicle; burglary; three counts of shoplifting; handling stolen goods; and driving without a licence or insurance. In one incident he pinned his partner, also 27, to the bed and had a blade held to her throat leaving her in fear of her life.
Tylo Jamieson, 29, of Cringle Road Manchester, was sentenced to three years and nine months; and Danielle Wilson, of Kenyon Lane, Manchester, was jailed for three years.