HERE's a round-up of who has been jailed at Bradford Crown Court this week.

'Thrill-seeking' paedophile jailed for 19 years after abusing one victim on trampoline and in swimming pool

A “THRILL-SEEKING” paedophile who abused one of his victims on a trampoline and in a swimming pool was jailed for 19 years.

Supermarket manager Michael Cooley used his good character to hide eight years of sexual depravity against two young boys, Bradford Crown Court heard.

Cooley, 55, of St Annes Terrace, Baildon, was convicted by a jury of 18 offences, including rape of a child under 13 and multiple counts of sexual assault and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

He was labelled a dangerous offender by Judge Neil Davey QC and sentenced to a total of 20 years imprisonment, up to 19 years behind bars and 12 months on extended licence.

Man jailed for 'terrifying' knifepoint robbery of Bradford taxi driver

A DESPERATE drug addict who robbed a Bradford taxi driver at knifepoint was jailed for three and a half years.

Sohail Ali demanded: “Give me £20 and I’ll give you £10 back,” because he wanted just enough cash to pay for his next fix.

Ali, 24, of New Fields Walk, off Otley Road, Barkerend, Bradford, threatened Tanveer Mohammed with a kitchen knife after taking his taxi from Norfolk Gardens in the city centre to Barkerend on January 8.

Judge Colin Burn said at Bradford Crown Court that the crime had a “shocking and terrifying” effect on Mr Mohammed who was thinking about finding other employment.

Burglar smashed his way into Bradford school to steal 12 laptops

A NIGHT-TIME burglar who smashed his way into a Bradford primary school to steal 12 laptop computers was jailed for two years.

Adam Robinson and his accomplice caused loss and damage totalling more than £11,000 when they broke into a roller-shutter security cabinet to raid computers used by pupils on a daily basis.

Robinson, 34, of Collbrook Avenue, Wibsey, Bradford, pleaded guilty to burgling Lidget Green Primary School, on Birks Fold Road, late on December 5 last year.

He attacked the cabinet in the information technology suite to make off with the computers, worth a total of £5,760. The bill for the damage was £5,367, Bradford Crown Court heard.

Robinson had 28 previous convictions for 56 offences, including ten of non-dwelling house burglary.

He was on licence after being released from a two-year jail sentence for commercial burglary and had since been recalled to prison.

Bradford burglars struck at remote location as elderly farmer slept

TWO Bradford burglars were jailed for stealing a £6,000 quad bike in a night-time raid on a remote farm.

Michael Ingham and Ryan Holmes stashed the bike in a garage in Bradford after raiding it from an outbuilding in the Hebden Bridge area while the elderly farmer was asleep.

Ingham, 27, a third strike housebreaker, was imprisoned for a total of three and a half years and Holmes, 23, was jailed for 12 months.

Both men admitted burgling the farm building on October 23 last year and Ingham pleaded guilty to burgling a house in Barnoldswick on September 11, 2017.

Ingham, of Dixon Avenue, Great Horton, Bradford, had 19 convictions for 31 offences, including house burglaries in 2009 and 2014, Bradford Crown Court heard.

Holmes, of Clervaux Court, Clayton, Bradford, had 14 convictions for 27 offences.