'Sunderland is a safer place': Detective who helped put Tony Trott and underworld accomplices behind bars for 68 years

The streets of Sunderland are safer today, according to the detective whose team put a drug dealer and his underworld associates behind bars for almost 70 years.
Ringleader Tony Trott was handed a 26-year jail term for orchestrating a shooting on a Sunderland home, while self-style enforcer James Lee Ratcliff, who pulled the trigger, was given a 24-year stretch.
Another accomplice, Lee Barnett, who went with the pair to the attack on an address in Craigshaw Square, Hylton Castle, will serve 16 years behind bars, with footsoldier Philip Steabler, who helped dispose of a car they used, was... read more

 
23 November 2018 in Regional North East, Views: 64
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