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New Square police stabbings: West Bromwich brothers jailed

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Two brothers who launched a "terrifying" knife attack on police officers at a shopping centre have been jailed.

Parminder Hunjan, aged 37, and Maninder Hunjan, 26, were found guilty of wounding with intent and possession of an imitation firearm at Wolverhampton Crown Court.

They have been sentenced to 10 years and eight years in prison respectively yesterday.

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10806323/Pictured-British-man-25-ran-killed-Swedish-mother-beach-buggy-Ayia-Napa.html

EXCLUSIVE - Pictured: British man, 25, who 'ran down and killed a Swedish mother with a beach buggy in Ayia Napa while high on cannabis' as he appears handcuffed in Cyrus court

  • Manraj Singh Sidhu, 25, accused of killing woman while driving buggy in Cyprus
  • Camilla Christina Pamdahl, 46, suffered multiple injuries after being hit 
  • Sidhu appeared in court this afternoon, handcuffed and with his arm in a sling 
  • The man is from Shefford, Hertfordshire and faces seven charges in total 
  • A British man has appeared in court in Cyprus accused of running down and killing a Swedish mother whilst driving a beach buggy in the holiday party town of Ayia Napa.

    Manraj Singh Sidhu, 25, appeared in court in Cyprus this afternoon handcuffed and with his arm in a sling where it was said he was high on drugs when he hit the woman.

    He was held after police tracked him down after an appeal for the driver who allegedly killed Camilla Christina Pamdahl in the hit and run before fleeing on foot.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Mrs Pamdahl, 46, suffered multiple injuries after being hit on a pedestrian crossing as Sidhu allegedly overtook a car in the resort of Ayia Napa.

    Sidhu, who is from Shefford, Hertfordshire, was held on remand in jail close to the city until his appearance at Famagusta district court today in front of judge Nayia Oikonomou.

    Manraj Singh Sidhu (pictured), 25, appeared in court in Cyprus this afternoon handcuffed and with his arm in a sling where it was said he was high on drugs when he hit the woman
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    Manraj Singh Sidhu (pictured), 25, appeared in court in Cyprus this afternoon handcuffed and with his arm in a sling where it was said he was high on drugs when he hit the woman

    A British man has appeared in court in Cyprus accused of running down and killing a Swedish mother whilst driving a beach buggy in the holiday party town of Ayia Napa
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    A British man has appeared in court in Cyprus accused of running down and killing a Swedish mother whilst driving a beach buggy in the holiday party town of Ayia Napa

    The case prosecutor outlined the case and asked the judge to keep Sidu to be kept in jail.

    In total he faces seven charges including death by dangerous driving and driving while under the influence of drugs - a police press release last week said he had tested positive for cannabis after being caught.

    The initial report also said he had failed a breath test having 44 mg of alcohol in his blood when the limit is nine but there was no mention of driving while under the influence of drink in the charges.

    Sidhu, did not speak during the hearing and was represented by Andreas Laos and Eleni Toumpi, while his parents sat in the back of the court and listened to proceedings.

    Sidhu, who is from Shefford, Hertfordshire, was held on remand in jail close to the city until his appearance at Famagusta district court today in front of judge Nayia Oikonomou
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    Sidhu, who is from Shefford, Hertfordshire, was held on remand in jail close to the city until his appearance at Famagusta district court today in front of judge Nayia Oikonomou

    Sidhu was provided with a translator and apart from his arm in a sling appeared to have no other injuries.

    He was also accused of having no insurance, dangerous driving endangering the public, leaving the scene of an accident, failing to ensure the damaged buggy was identifiable to other road users, fleeing the scene and not informing police.

    Following the incident last Wednesday police issued a photograph of Sidhu which appeared to have been taken at a hotel pool.

    Sources said he was held just before 11.30pm, almost six hours after the incident which happened close to Aya Napa's main strip which full of bars and pubs.

    Camilla, who was on holiday in Cyprus with her five-year-old daughter, was rushed to Famagusta general hospital where she was declared dead on arrival.

    Sidhu was provided with a translator and apart from his arm in a sling appeared to have no other injuries
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    Sidhu was provided with a translator and apart from his arm in a sling appeared to have no other injuries

    The rental buggy had overtaken a stopped car on Wednesday night before fatally hitting Pamdahl on a pedestrian crossing on Ayia Napa's Nissi Avenue
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    The rental buggy had overtaken a stopped car on Wednesday night before fatally hitting Pamdahl on a pedestrian crossing on Ayia Napa's Nissi Avenue

    The mother, from Västra Götaland County in Sweden, had left her five-year-old daughter with staff at the hotel's playground so she could buy some groceries but she never returned.

    Images from the scene show the twisted remains of the buggy next to the pedestrian crossing and another car.

    The rental buggy had overtaken a stopped car on Wednesday night before fatally hitting Mrs Pamdahl on a pedestrian crossing on Ayia Napa's Nissi Avenue.

    A police spokesman said after the tragedy: 'A young man driving the rental buggy overtook a stopped car, and hit the woman.'

    Judge Oikonomou ruled that Sidhu should remain in custody until next Thursday where he will appear again and enter a plea and the court heard the maximum sentence he could face would be four years for the most serious charge.

    His parents declined to comment and Sidhu was later driven away in a police car.

    The venue for the case was the same court where a British girl was tried and accused of inventing a rape case three years ago.

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17 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10806323/Pictured-British-man-25-ran-killed-Swedish-mother-beach-buggy-Ayia-Napa.html

EXCLUSIVE - Pictured: British man, 25, who 'ran down and killed a Swedish mother with a beach buggy in Ayia Napa while high on cannabis' as he appears handcuffed in Cyrus court

  • Manraj Singh Sidhu, 25, accused of killing woman while driving buggy in Cyprus
  • Camilla Christina Pamdahl, 46, suffered multiple injuries after being hit 
  • Sidhu appeared in court this afternoon, handcuffed and with his arm in a sling 
  • The man is from Shefford, Hertfordshire and faces seven charges in total 
  • A British man has appeared in court in Cyprus accused of running down and killing a Swedish mother whilst driving a beach buggy in the holiday party town of Ayia Napa.

     

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On 5/11/2022 at 8:12 PM, Kau89r8 said:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10806323/Pictured-British-man-25-ran-killed-Swedish-mother-beach-buggy-Ayia-Napa.html

EXCLUSIVE - Pictured: British man, 25, who 'ran down and killed a Swedish mother with a beach buggy in Ayia Napa while high on cannabis' as he appears handcuffed in Cyrus court

  • Manraj Singh Sidhu, 25, accused of killing woman while driving buggy in Cyprus
  • Camilla Christina Pamdahl, 46, suffered multiple injuries after being hit 
  • Sidhu appeared in court this afternoon, handcuffed and with his arm in a sling 
  • The man is from Shefford, Hertfordshire and faces seven charges in total 
  • A British man has appeared in court in Cyprus accused of running down and killing a Swedish mother whilst driving a beach buggy in the holiday party town of Ayia Napa.

    Manraj Singh Sidhu, 25, appeared in court in Cyprus this afternoon handcuffed and with his arm in a sling where it was said he was high on drugs when he hit the woman.

    He was held after police tracked him down after an appeal for the driver who allegedly killed Camilla Christina Pamdahl in the hit and run before fleeing on foot.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    'Fabulous <banned word filter activated> everywhere'! Khloe Kardashian explores Kris Jenner's opulent new home in teaser for The Kardashians, and other top stories from May 11, 2022.
     
     
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    Full-screen
     
    READ MORE
     
     

    Mrs Pamdahl, 46, suffered multiple injuries after being hit on a pedestrian crossing as Sidhu allegedly overtook a car in the resort of Ayia Napa.

    Sidhu, who is from Shefford, Hertfordshire, was held on remand in jail close to the city until his appearance at Famagusta district court today in front of judge Nayia Oikonomou.

    Manraj Singh Sidhu (pictured), 25, appeared in court in Cyprus this afternoon handcuffed and with his arm in a sling where it was said he was high on drugs when he hit the woman
    +5
    View gallery
    •  

    Manraj Singh Sidhu (pictured), 25, appeared in court in Cyprus this afternoon handcuffed and with his arm in a sling where it was said he was high on drugs when he hit the woman

    A British man has appeared in court in Cyprus accused of running down and killing a Swedish mother whilst driving a beach buggy in the holiday party town of Ayia Napa
    +5
    View gallery
    •  

    A British man has appeared in court in Cyprus accused of running down and killing a Swedish mother whilst driving a beach buggy in the holiday party town of Ayia Napa

    The case prosecutor outlined the case and asked the judge to keep Sidu to be kept in jail.

    In total he faces seven charges including death by dangerous driving and driving while under the influence of drugs - a police press release last week said he had tested positive for cannabis after being caught.

    The initial report also said he had failed a breath test having 44 mg of alcohol in his blood when the limit is nine but there was no mention of driving while under the influence of drink in the charges.

    Sidhu, did not speak during the hearing and was represented by Andreas Laos and Eleni Toumpi, while his parents sat in the back of the court and listened to proceedings.

    Sidhu, who is from Shefford, Hertfordshire, was held on remand in jail close to the city until his appearance at Famagusta district court today in front of judge Nayia Oikonomou
    +5
    View gallery
    •  

    Sidhu, who is from Shefford, Hertfordshire, was held on remand in jail close to the city until his appearance at Famagusta district court today in front of judge Nayia Oikonomou

    Sidhu was provided with a translator and apart from his arm in a sling appeared to have no other injuries.

    He was also accused of having no insurance, dangerous driving endangering the public, leaving the scene of an accident, failing to ensure the damaged buggy was identifiable to other road users, fleeing the scene and not informing police.

    Following the incident last Wednesday police issued a photograph of Sidhu which appeared to have been taken at a hotel pool.

    Sources said he was held just before 11.30pm, almost six hours after the incident which happened close to Aya Napa's main strip which full of bars and pubs.

    Camilla, who was on holiday in Cyprus with her five-year-old daughter, was rushed to Famagusta general hospital where she was declared dead on arrival.

    Sidhu was provided with a translator and apart from his arm in a sling appeared to have no other injuries
    +5
    View gallery
    •  

    Sidhu was provided with a translator and apart from his arm in a sling appeared to have no other injuries

    The rental buggy had overtaken a stopped car on Wednesday night before fatally hitting Pamdahl on a pedestrian crossing on Ayia Napa's Nissi Avenue
    +5
    View gallery
    •  

    The rental buggy had overtaken a stopped car on Wednesday night before fatally hitting Pamdahl on a pedestrian crossing on Ayia Napa's Nissi Avenue

    The mother, from Västra Götaland County in Sweden, had left her five-year-old daughter with staff at the hotel's playground so she could buy some groceries but she never returned.

    Images from the scene show the twisted remains of the buggy next to the pedestrian crossing and another car.

    The rental buggy had overtaken a stopped car on Wednesday night before fatally hitting Mrs Pamdahl on a pedestrian crossing on Ayia Napa's Nissi Avenue.

    A police spokesman said after the tragedy: 'A young man driving the rental buggy overtook a stopped car, and hit the woman.'

    Judge Oikonomou ruled that Sidhu should remain in custody until next Thursday where he will appear again and enter a plea and the court heard the maximum sentence he could face would be four years for the most serious charge.

    His parents declined to comment and Sidhu was later driven away in a police car.

    The venue for the case was the same court where a British girl was tried and accused of inventing a rape case three years ago.

@Premi5 @proudkaur21

He got one year....

https://cyprus-mail.com/2022/07/01/british-tourist-jailed-for-one-year-after-napa-hit-and-run/

British tourist jailed for one year after Napa hit-and-run

By Nick TheodoulouJuly 1, 202234 Comments4410

A 26-year-old British tourist has been jailed for one year after he was found guilty of the hit and run which killed a Swedish mother on holiday.

 

Police confirmed to the Cyprus Mail that the Briton, named as Manraj Singh Sidhu, was sentenced on Monday and was found guilty of multiple serious charges – with his driving licence also suspended for 18 months.

 
 

Camilla Christina Pamdahl, 46, had left her five-year-old daughter in the care of hotel staff so that she could cross the road and visit the nearby supermarket.

 

Sidhu was found guilty of carrying out a dangerous and reckless act which resulted in the death of a person, reckless and dangerous driving, and abandoning the scene of a fatal crash, among many others.

He fled the scene on foot but was tracked down by police a few hours later.

Britain’s Daily Mail spoke to Pamdhal’s husband, Jonas, who has expressed his shock and dismay at the seemingly lenient sentencing.

“How can this happen? How can the judge only give one year? It seems to me they have rushed through this case and no matter he pleaded guilty. What about our family?” Jonas told the Daily Mail.

The incident occurred on May 5 at a pedestrian crossing on the main artery of Nissi Avenue in the coastal town.

He fled the scene on foot but was tracked down by police a few hours later. An alcotest identified a reading of 44μg, more than four times over the legal limit of 9μg, and a drugs test returned positive for cannabis.

Jonas further expressed his shock at the sentencing, stating: “I’m not sure the judge looked close enough into the circumstances. I’ve heard that he said he had served to avoid a stopped car, but he still hit Camilla on a pedestrian crossing”.

Police previously stated that the driver failed to stop at a pedestrian crossing where the woman was attempting to cross. “A young man driving the rental buggy overtook a stopped car, and hit the woman,” they said.

The Swedish woman was taken to Famagusta general hospital where she was declared dead on arrival. Photos showed immense damage to the rental buggy, with the front completely caved in.

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