Drug dealers, paedophiles and murderers – the worst of the worst have been though the courts over the past few weeks.

Thanks to the hard work of Thames Valley Police, these criminals are now behind bars, where they can no longer wreak havoc.

Take a look at the list below to see the names and faces of criminals jailed in Bucks last month.

Joseph Whitbread:

Bucks Free Press:

This child rapist performed vile sex acts in front of his young victim – and could spend the rest of his life in jail.

Joseph Whitbread, 70, of Totteridge Road in High Wycombe, has just been sent to prison for 16 years for his horrific crimes.

READ MORE: JAILED: High Wycombe child rapist, 70, could die behind bars

Oxford Crown Court heard how he raped and molested a girl on “countless” occasions in the 2000s. He was also found to have a catalogue of child abuse images and extreme pornography.

Whitbread, who is in ill-health, will not have the chance to get out of prison until he is 81 years old.

Nikki Pike:

Bucks Free Press:

This rock-climbing instructor “destroyed a young girl’s life” by grooming and raping her.

Nikki Pike, 28, of Norman Way in Dunstable, was working as a climbing coach in Milton Keynes when he met his young victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons.

READ MORE: 'Dangerous' rock climbing instructor 'manipulated' and raped young girl

Over a period of years, the sick paedophile groomed her and then persuaded her to get in his car – where he raped her.

Pike was found guilty of eight counts of rape and one count of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity. At Birmingham Crown Court, he was sentenced to 18 years behind bars.

Danyal Hussein:

Bucks Free Press:

This teenager who signed a demonic pact with his own blood before setting out to murder a Bucks social worker and her sister was jailed for life.

Danyal Hussein, 19, savagely murdered Bibaa Henry, 46, and her sister Nicole Smallman, 27, in June 2020 in a north London park.

READ MORE: Man who murdered social worker and her sister after making satanic blood pact jailed for life

The brute had signed a satanic pact to a fictional demon pledging to murder women in exchange for a winning lottery ticket.

After committing the horrific deed, he spent nearly £150 on Mega Million tickets – none of which were winners.

At the Old Bailey, Hussein was sentenced to life in prison, with a minimum term of 35 years.

Mohammed Asif:

Bucks Free Press:

 This high-level drug dealer thought he had got away with his crimes when he arrived at Heathrow Airport with a one-way ticket to Istanbul, but he was stopped at the border and hauled in by police.

Mohammed Asif, 22, of Sheraton Drive in High Wycombe, was sentenced to four years and 10 months in prison at Reading Crown Court.

READ MORE: High Wycombe dealer with £100,000-worth of drugs jailed for FIVE years

He was found to have £98,000-worth of heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine and cannabis in his possession, which was stashed in a flat in Maidenhead.

He pleaded guilty to multiple drugs charges, and the court heard that he had a “significant role” in drugs operations in the area.

Craig Eyre:

Bucks Free Press:

Drug dealer Craig Eyre was caught with more than 100 wraps of cocaine and heroin in High Wycombe.

Eyre, aged 29, of no fixed abode, was sentenced to three years and four months in prison at Aylesbury Crown Court.

READ MORE: Jail for man found with cocaine and heroin in High Wycombe

He was seen dealing drugs in broad daylight in High Wycombe on August 25, and after carrying out a search officers found more than 100 wraps of heroin and cocaine in his possession.

Bilal Ashraf:

Bucks Free Press:

This heroin dealer was caught in a car with nearly 40 wraps of illegal substances.

Bilal Ashraf, 22, of Adelaide Road, admitted to being involved in supplying heroin in High Wycombe.

READ MORE: Heroin dealer given three years in jail following arrest on London Road

He was spotted by police in London Road in March and when they searched the car, they found 39 wraps of heroin hidden inside.

Ashraf was sentenced to three years in prison, while the driver, 21-year-old Mohammed Khan, was given a two-year suspended sentence.

Ryan Edwards and Tyrese Abbas:

Bucks Free Press:

This duo were locked up for a series of robberies on taxi drivers.

Ryan Edwards, 23, of no fixed abode, and Tyrese Abbas, 20, of Buckingham Road in Bletchley, robbed two cabbies in two days in October 2019.

READ MORE: Violent Bucks robbers who held taxi drivers at knife point jailed for 10 years

Following the two violent hold-ups, they were identified using DNA evidence and charged. Edwards was given a total sentence of seven years and four months, while Abbas will serve three years in a young offenders prison.

Musab Afifi:

Bucks Free Press:

This drug runner was moving illegal substances across the Chilterns and south Bucks area.

Musab Afifi, 27, of Ryfield Avenue in Uxbridge, was jailed for four years at Reading Crown Court.

READ MORE: Chilterns drug runner who ran county line from London gets jail

Afifi was involved in running a county line in the south Bucks area, moving drugs from London to the Thames Valley between October 2019 and August 2020.

Even though no drugs were found in his possession upon arrest, police were still able to gather enough evidence on his illegal activities to bring him to court.

Khurum Hanif:

Bucks Free Press:

This offender was found in a car with large quantities of drugs, cash and phones in West End Street, High Wycombe.

Khurum Hanif, 26, of Rutland Avenue, was locked up for two years and eight months at Amersham Law Courts after he admitted to possession with intent to supply class A drugs.

READ MORE: Two men sentenced for class A drug offences in High Wycombe

The 26-year-old was caught with an accomplice – 39-year-old Khalid Mahmood, who escaped prison, instead being handed a two-year suspended sentence.

Raniqkay Rattrey

Bucks Free Press:

High Wycombe drug dealer Raniqkay Rattrey admitted to supplying heroin and cocaine in July 2020.

The 22-year-old, of Booker Lane, admitted to counts of possession with intent to supply heroin and cocaine at Amersham Law Courts.

READ MORE: High Wycombe man JAILED for almost four years over drug crimes

Police had been called to Desborough Street last year when Rattrey was seen dealing drugs from his car. When he was arrested officers found the illegal substances on him.

After admitting the crimes, the offender was given three years and nine months in jail.

Daniel Wickes:

Bucks Free Press:

This offender, who has been labelled a “burden to the community” by a police officer in the past, was locked up after calling 999 when there was no emergency.

Daniel Wickes, 55, of Tilling Crescent, was jailed for four months after he breached a criminal behaviour order, which explicitly prevented him from calling 999 when there is no emergency.

READ MORE: High Wycombe ‘burden to the community’ thrown back in jail for non-emergency 999 calls

After admitting to making three 999 calls in February, Wickes was sentenced to 18 weeks in prison at Wycombe Magistrates’ Court.

He had also admitted to being drunk in a public place on the same date he made the calls.

Callum Aylett:

Bucks Free Press: Callum Aylett

Brutal murderer Callum Aylett will spend the rest of his life behind bars after he killed a teenager and attempted to end another man’s life.

The 21-year-old, of Juniper Gardens in Milton Keynes, attacked Jay Fathers, aged only 18, with a kitchen knife, stabbing him multiple times on New Year’s Day, 2020.

READ MORE: Man, 21, jailed for life after knifing 18-year-old in New Year's Day attack

The thug went on to stab a 49-year old man, who managed to survive despite suffering serious injuries.

Aylett had claimed he did what he did in self-defence, but ahead of the killing he recorded a video of himself saying: “Tonight they getting smoked. I’m booting that door off, I’m licking them all in.

“I ain’t capping, they’re dying.”

The jury at Luton Crown Court found him guilty and he was given a life sentence with a minimum term of 28 years.

Nathan Burns:

Bucks Free Press:

High Wycombe drug offender Nathan Burns was caught with cannabis, cocaine and heroin.

Burns, 33, of Station Road in High Wycombe, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply cocaine, possession with intent to supply heroin, possession of cannabis and possession of criminal property.

READ MORE: High Wycombe drug offender caught with cocaine and heroin gets jailed

Police stopped Burns in June when they saw him with a group of known drug users. When they searched him, they found he was carrying various drugs.

At Aylesbury Crown Court, Burns was sentenced to two years in prison.

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