The year-old lied to the occupant that he was looking for his wife, but then pushed past the year-old, revealing the weapon which he had hidden underneath a newspaper. The masked, armed robbers who threatened shop staff with a knife and BB gun were jailed in August.
A search of the back garden revealed two more weapons concealed in a black bin bag, along with bullets and ammunition, wedged between a gap in some fencing.
Lindsay, of St Joseph's Crescent, Everton, who has no previous convictions, admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm, wounding and wounding with intent. The year-old failed to look after his wife, Valerie, 61, and was found guilty of manslaughter by killing her through gross negligence.
Drug dealer Dean Karlsen is back behind bars after leading police on an 80mph chase. After combing through mobile phone records prosecutors argued the gang led by Lunt, of nearby Celendine Close, was behind the attack.
Kate was lucky to escape with a broken foot, but Charlotte was thrown into the air and died from multiple, catastrophic injuries. One of the biggest gangland trials in this country's recent history saw two underworld figures jailed for life.
Judge Gary Woodhall found Fall to be "a witness completely lacking credibility" but the victim "highly credible and believable". The bungling crook escaped but later returned because he realised he'd left his glasses and was caught and arrested.
Liverpool Crown Court heard Spencer targeted the girl then threatened her in a bid to keep his crimes secret. Mr McKeever was strangled to death with a ligature before his killers tried to destroy his mutilated body in a car fire. Nine men and two women were jailed for a total of more than 76 years for flooding three separate countries with large quantities of Class A and B drugs.