Here is a round-up of the people who have appeared at either Suffolk Magistrates' Court or Ipswich Crown Court this week.

Marcin Jablonski and Thomaz Urbaniak

Marcin Jablonski, 43, of Mutfordwood Lane, Carlton Colville, near Lowestoft, Thomaz Urbaniak, 26, of All Saints Road, Newmarket, were in a Land Rover Defender near Bungay when they collided with a Nissan Juke last Sunday.

The pair were involved in a police chase when the collision happened.

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A woman later died after the collision, police confirmed.

Jablonski has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving, causing death while driving with no insurance, causing death while driving disqualified, aggravated vehicle taking and criminal damage, and Urbaniak with aggravated vehicle taking.

Gladstone Allen

Ipswich Star: One man remains in a critical condition in hospital following the attackOne man remains in a critical condition in hospital following the attack (Image: Google Maps)

Gladstone Allen, of Muntjac Gardens, Stowmarket, has been charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding a person and assault.

Allen allegedly attacked two men in their 40s at a BP petrol station in Norwich Road, Ipswich last weekend.

Both men sustained serious injuries, but one was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital and remains in a critical condition.

Allen appeared before Suffolk Magistrates' Court on Monday, August 14, where he was remanded by the court to appear at Ipswich Crown Court on 11 September.

Gary Preston

Gary Preston, 63, of Newmarket, has been convicted of several terrorism charges.

Mr Preston sent several packages to public places, including schools, filled with a white powder and letters telling the reader to run or hold their breath.

These incidents happened in September and October 2013, but the police only caught Mr Preston when his DNA was matched to the packages after he was arrested for a separate offence in 2020.

The substance was found to be talcum powder.

He will be sentenced on November 10 this year.

David Dixon

Ipswich Star: Jewellery was stolen from the window of a jewellersJewellery was stolen from the window of a jewellers (Image: Charlotte Bond)

David Dixon, 37, of Fonnereau Road, Ipswich, has been charged following two incidents: the first, on August 1, and the second, on August 9. 

The first incident that occurred was at the Kerala Store in St John's Road, which Dixon broke into and stole cigarettes, alcohol and cash.

On Wednesday, August 9, a metal bar was used to force open the shutters of Andrew Jewellers in Buttermarket, and jewellery was stolen from the premises. 

Dixon was subsequently charged with two counts of burglary from a non-dwelling. 

He appeared at Suffolk Magistrates' Court on Wednesday, August 16, where he was remanded to appear at Ipswich Crown Court on Wednesday, September 13.

Bailey Clark

Nineteen-year-old Bailey Clark was given a suspended sentence on Monday, August 14, for possession with the intent to supply cannabis and other drug-related offences. 

He was caught after a drug raid at a property on Beatty Road, Sudbury, in August last year, during which police found around £2,100 worth of cannabis and Mr Clark was arrested.

The teenager had pleaded guilty and received 26 weeks imprisonment, suspended for 18 months.