A killer and a delivery driver rapist are among some of the worst criminals locked up in Bucks over the past month.

Fortunately for the community, there are a few fewer criminals on our streets thanks to the work of Thames Valley Police.

Take a look below for the full list of criminals locked up in May.

Donald Robertson:

Bucks Free Press:

The man who murdered a 26-year-old Stoke Poges woman before dumping her body in Taplow Lake in 1987 has been locked up for decades.

Donald Robertson, formerly of Slough, was jailed after being unanimously convicted of kidnapping, indecently assaulting and murdering Shani Warren at Reading Crown Court earlier this week.

The 66-year-old was also sentenced for the kidnap and rape of a Slough girl, aged 16 in July 1981.

He was finally brought to justice more than 35 years after Shani Warren was discovered tied up and gagged in Taplow Lake on April 18, 1987.

Robertson was handed a life sentence to serve a minimum of 30 years for murder, two counts of kidnap, indecent assault and rape at Reading Crown Court on Thursday, May 19

Mohammed Khan:

Bucks Free Press:

A fast-food delivery driver who kidnapped and raped a 17-year-old girl was jailed for 15 years.

Mohammed Khan, from Chesham was labelled by a “dangerous offender” after he subjected other females to predatory sexual abuse.

Khan grabbed a drunken teenager from the street in Hemel Hempstead in August 2021 while she was waiting for her stepdad to pick her up from a night out.

He abused her as he drove her away and then stopped the car and raped her, ignoring her pleas for him to stop. During the ordeal the girl’s anxious mother was ringing her phone.

Her stepfather spent an hour trying to find her, eventually picking her up at about 11pm after Khan had let her go.

Wayne Axtell:

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This bungling thief inadvertently recorded himself talking to accomplices about his eye-watering wave of crimes across two counties.

Axtell targeted large homes and estates, including in Marlow and Henley, during a prolific spate of break-ins and burglaries in 2020.

In the end, pony-tailed Axtell got caught out when police arrested him riding a stolen Segway scooter, seized his phone and discovered a treasure trove of recorded phone calls in which he talked about his various thefts.

Unfortunately for the Headington-based thief, he did not know his own phone was programmed to record his calls.

Axtell was jailed for four years at Oxford Crown Court.

Jim Chuter:

Bucks Free Press:

This “heartless” conman pretended to be a doctor to force his way into the homes of the elderly before stealing their money and prized possessions.

Jim Chuter was locked up for 11 years after he admitted to nine counts of burglary and 16 counts of fraud.

The offences took place throughout 2020 in High Wycombe and Bourne End, as well as various places across Surrey and London.

Chuter even stole an MBE medal from one of his victims.

In most cases, he would charm or force his way into his victims’ homes and steal their money and possessions while inside. Sometimes he would also rip them off for bogus building work.

Kamran Khalid:

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This 35-year-old was found with £40,000-worth of cocaine and heroin in his car when he was stopped by police in Chesham.

The drugs were discovered by officers after he was pulled over near his home in Brockhurst Road.

After pleading guilty to one count each of possession with intent to supply a controlled class A drugs namely cocaine and heroin, he was jailed for four years and two months at Aylesbury Crown Court on May 19.