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Terry Maughan, 23, of Denton View, Blaydon, Gateshead, has been jailed for seven years after a jury at Newcastle Crown Court convicted him of rape.
Craig Ferry, 24, of no fixed address, has been jailed for five years after pleading guilty to robbery, aggravated vehicle taking and driving while disqualified and banned from driving for four years.
James Wilson, of Elm Grove, Fawdon, Newcastle, has been jailed for 25 months after pleading guilty to communicating a bomb hoax and two charges of affray, has been jailed for 25 months after pleading guilty to communicating a bomb hoax and two charges of affray.
Andrew Appleby, 45, previously of Causey Row, Newcastle, has been jailed for four years after pleading guilty to one count of stalking and eight counts of making indecent images of children.
Darren Lockyer, 37, of Newmarket Walk, South Shields, has been jailed for four months after pleading guilty to possessing an imitation firearm with the intent to cause fear of violence.
Widow Mary McCabe, 53, of Cherry Lane, Walton, who minded the assault rifle, was jailed for eight years while Lisa Whitney, 31, of Hilary Close, Walton; Thomas Dowd, 29, of City Road, Anfield and Gary Edwards, 47, also of Eremon Close, Fazakerley, were ordered to serve four years, four years and four months and four year terms respectively.
On Monday, Emma Mackenzie, 28, of Watford Road, Anfield, was jailed for 834 days, but walked free having served half that time on remand.
RINGLEADER: Paul Whitney who was jailed for nine years JAILED: Michael O'Toole JAILED: Matthew Mayor JAILED: Leslie Whitney JAILED: Carol Whitney JAILED: Michael Waters JAILED: Neil Brady JAILED: Wayne Hincks JAILED: Mary McCabe JAILED: Lisa Whitney JAILED: Thomas Dowd JAILED: Gary Edwards
The incident occurred when the victim - a transient from Georgia jailed for being a convict in possession of a gun and escaping from jails in Arizona and Nevada - cut in front of two gang members in the dinner line, Waldie said.
In that case, Kuhar ordered Heidi, of suburban Lisle, jailed indefinitely for defying a court order that she make a monthlong visit to her father in North Carolina.