It's been another busy month at Southampton's courts.

These criminals from in and around the city have all been jailed in May.

Their crimes range from murder to wounding with intent.

Seven men jailed for Mark Noke death

Seven men were jailed for their involvement in the murder of Mark Noke.

Noke, 64, suffered a stab wound to his chest when a group of five masked men burst into his home in the early hours of February 25 last year.

The five men had gone to the wrong flat by mistake and were planning to commit a robbery to steal drugs, cash and jewellery.

Justin Roach, Keiran Claffey and Leighton Tabone were all convicted of murder and conspiracy to rob, and were jailed for life.

Aaron Morgan and Bradley O’Dell were both convicted of manslaughter and conspiracy to rob and were jailed for 15 years each.

Harley Wilson and David Bull, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to rob but were not involved in carrying out the plan, were jailed for seven and a half years and eight years respectively.

Read more here.

Philippa Duplock

Philippa Duplock was jailed for two years and eight months after admitting wounding with intent against her grandmother.

Southampton Crown Court heard how Duplock’s frail grandmother thought she was going to die in the attack.

Duplock ‘roared and rushed’ at the then-82-year-old before thrashing her over the head with a commode.

Read more here.

Gavin Bathurst-Shaw Binning

A BMW driver caused “pandemonium” on the M3 by driving up to 130mph and ramming cars out of the way.

Gavin Bathurst-Shaw Binning described his actions as a “once in a lifetime” opportunity, telling police he was targeting people whose driving did not meet his expectations during the drug and alcohol-fuelled mission.

He pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and four counts of damaging property being reckless as to whether life was endangered, and was jailed for six years.

Read more here.

Terrance Day

A man from Southampton threatened to petrol bomb a probation office and told a pregnant woman he was going to “kick the baby out of your belly”.

He made the threats during an appointment at the probation office in Basingstoke, having been refused a move to a new address.

He was jailed for two years for threatening to destroy or damage property, common assault and assault on an emergency worker.

Read more here.