Here is a round-up of some of the people who have appeared in court this week. They include sex offenders, burglars and dangerous drivers.

M62 Gun trial

An associate of a man shot dead by an armed officer during a police stop on the M62 was jailed for 18 years at Leeds Crown Court.

Mohsin Amin, 32, of Broomer Street, Dewsbury, was driving the Audi A4 that Yassar Yakub was killed in on January 2 last year at junction 24 of the motorway at Ainley Top, near Huddersfield.

Amin was convicted of conspiracy to possess firearms and ammunition with intent to endanger life.

David Butlin, 39, of Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, was jailed for 18 months for possession of an offensive weapon.

Sex abuser

A Bradford paedophile whose supporters took to crowdfunding website JustGiving received a nine and a half year prison sentence.

The online appeal to pay Paul Marsden’s legal fees raised £320 before the page was shut down.

Marsden, 63, of Daisy Hill Back Lane, heard from the dock at Bradford Crown Court that one of his victims had suffered trauma and anger daily since he repeatedly sexually abused her in the 1980s.

Drug dealer

A drug dealer who told police he made between £2,000 and £4,000 a day on the streets of Bradford was locked up for two years and four months for his part in working for "monsters".

Liam Stoyles, of no fixed address, was arrested on August 1 last year after police stopped his car and smashed its windows to detain him.

The 23-year-old was found to have heroin and crack cocaine in his pockets with a street value of £1,058.

£3.5m confiscation

A BRADFORD doctor must re-pay more than £3.5 million in three months or face an extra 10 years in prison.

Zakir Ahmed, 51, of Nab Wood Drive, Shipley, was convicted with his wife, Majula Salian, 53, who currently lives in India, in 2014 of converting criminal property.

Ahmed was given three months to pay back £3,545,921 or face another decade behind bars. Salian was ordered to pay £17,440 within three months or face another year in prison.

She was deported to India after serving the three years for the conviction of money laundering.

Ahmed absconded to Estonia but was arrested and extradited back to the UK.

Street dealers

TWO street dealers who were caught with hundreds of wraps of crack cocaine and heroin were jailed for a total of almost five years.

Kyle Scott, 29, of Manor Park Road, Marsh, Cleckheaton, and Jordan Ford, 21, of Grayswood Drive, Holme Wood, admitted possessing 19.6 grams of heroin and 63.2 grams of crack cocaine.

Scott was sentenced to two years and seven months in prison, while Ford, who pleaded guilty at his first appearance before the courts, was sentenced to two years and four months.

Driver jailed

A DRIVING instructor’s plea to spare her son jail after he led the police on an 18 minute “blue light” chase at up to 80mph, failed at Bradford Crown Court.

Karam Ramzan, 24, of Emm Lane, Manningham, Bradford, was convicted after lying on oath to a jury that he was an innocent passenger in the vehicle. He pleaded guilty to driving without insurance.

His mother told Judge Neil Davey QC: “He’s just a good kid gone wrong; maybe hanging round the wrong crowd.”

Judge Davey jailed Ramzan for four months and banned him from driving for 14 months.

Abuse of young boy

A BRADFORD man was jailed for eight years for abusing a young boy.

Tony Apps, 52, from Radwell Drive, near Little Horton Lane, committed multiple offences against his victim during the early 1990s when he lived in Kent.

He was convicted at Canterbury Crown Court of indecent assault and three counts of indecency with a child.

Teen burglar

A BOY aged 16 was locked up for blowtorching the lock off a house in Baildon in a targeted raid to steal a BMW car.

He pleaded guilty to housebreaking, theft of a vehicle and going equipped for burglary.

Sentencing the Bradford teenager to a 12 month detention and training order, Judge Robert Bartfield said: “The public would lose confidence in the law if planned Hanoi burglaries like this did not result in prison.”

Television man

A MAN caught making off down the street clutching a big television set told the police: “I stole it from that house over there.”

Faisal Adalat was high on cocaine when he threw a brick through the window of the property in Stamford Street, off Bowling Back Lane, Bradford, in August.

Adalat, 24, of Milton Place, Halifax, pleaded guilty to burglary and was jailed for eight months at Bradford Crown Court.

Swimming danger driver

AN EX-SERVICEMAN waded neck deep in a stream in a desperate bid to evade police officers he had tried to outrun in an uninsured Ford Transit van.

Jake Halpin swam across the beck but was met on the other side by a waiting police community support officer.

Halpin, 22, of Kings Road, Swain House, Bradford, was jailed for six months at Bradford Crown Court for dangerous driving and having no insurance.