Locked up in June - 11 of the most high profile criminals jailed in Sussex

Here is a round-up of some of the most serious sentencings in Sussex in June.

Friday, 28th June 2019, 11:09 am
The Scales of Justice on top of the Old Bailey in central London, as the jury in the Soham murder case enters the third night of deliberation. Lord Justice Moses has sent the jury to reach verdict in the case agianst Ian Huntley and Maxine Carr, who face charges relating to the unlawful deaths of school girls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. COURTS Girls 10

All sentencing details are accurate at time of convictions. Hover your mouse over the pictures to read the full picture caption. All pictures provided by Sussex Police except where stated.

Michael Surman 73, of Conqueror Road, St Leonards, was sentenced to a ten-year prison sentence at Lewes Crown Court on June 21 for gross indecency and indecent assault on a young girl, said Sussex Police.
Jake Wallace,19, of West View, Hastings, was charged with possessing class A and B drugs with intent to supply. He was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of 140 pounds, on June 12 at Lewes Crown Court, said Sussex Police.
Allan Finn, 32, from Westfield, near Hastings, denied supplying crack cocaine and cannabis but on June 12 was found guilty and sentenced to six years for the cocaine offence and three years for the cannabis offence, said Sussex Police.
Stephen Best, 30, of Abbotts View, Sompting, pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis and four counts of possession with intent to supply drugs (cocaine, MDMA, cannabis and cannabis resin) and given 42 month in prison at Brighton Crown Court on June 3, said Sussex Police.
Mahad Hussein, 22, unemployed, of Copenhagen Place, Tower Hamlets, London, was found guilty of two counts of rape in Brighton, and was sentenced to 13-years in prison at Hove Crown Court on June 13, said Sussex Police.
Former Horsham teacher Gary Dobbie, 67, of Rue De La Piale, in France, was found guilty of four counts of sexual assaults against a boy more than 20 years ago and 15 other historical sex offences against other children. He was sentenced on June 12 to 12 years in prison, said police.
Scott Starr, 39 of Pilot Road, Hastings pleaded guilty to two counts of theft from a vehicle and two counts of theft, relating to the incidents at Debenhams and The Body Shop, said police. He was sentenced to 32 weeks imprisonment on June 10.
Luke Smith, 27, a labourer of no fixed address, was convicted at Hove Crown Court on Friday 7 June of the rape of a young woman in Hastings Old Town, said Sussex Police. Sentencing is due on July. 12
Christopher Saili, 22, a care assistant of Clissold Crescent, Hackney, was found guilty on June 7 of conspiring to supply crack cocaine and heroin in Brighton linked to County Lines drug operations, said police. He was sentenced to six years' imprisonment.
Joshua Samuels, 33, unemployed, of Seven Sisters Road, Hackney, was found guilty on June 7 of conspiring to supply crack cocaine and heroin in Brighton linked to County Lines drug operations, said police. He was sentenced to seven years' imprisonment.
Andre Phanor, 29, unemployed, of Laundress Lane, Hackney, London, was found guilty on June 7 of conspiring to supply crack cocaine and heroin in Brighton linked to County Lines drug operations, said police. He was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment.