A man who admitted sexually assaulting of a child under the age of 13 and a father and son who were involved in a fatal crash have been jailed in Suffolk this week. 

Peter Williams Goodchild

Peter Williams Goodchildm, of no fixed address but from the Bury St Edmunds area, was jailed for 14 years at Ipswich Crown Court on Monday

Goodchild was sentenced after he pleaded guilty to 12 charges of sexual assault of a child under the age of 13.

Ipswich Star: Peter William GoodchildPeter William Goodchild (Image: Suffolk police)

He committed the sexual touching offences against three children between 2013 and 2019. 

Following an investigation he was arrested on September 12 last year and was later charged.

As well as the prison sentence, Goodchild, 67, was also made the subject to a sexual harm prevention order for life and subject to a restraining order for at least the next 10 years.

Thomaz Urbaniak and Marcin Jablonski 

Suffolk man Marcin Jablonski, 44, was jailed for 12 years at Norwich Crown Court after he crashed a £90,000 stolen Land Rover and killed a female driver while trying to escape police

Jablonski, of Mutfordwood Lane, Carlton Colville, had been disqualified from driving just weeks before the crash and was joined by his 26-year-old son Thomaz Urbaniak, who was a passenger in the stolen Defender.

Ipswich Star: Thomaz Urbaniak and Marcin Jablonski Thomaz Urbaniak and Marcin Jablonski  (Image: Norfolk Police)

The pair were both arrested following the crash, in Earsham on the Suffolk-Norfolk border, at about 4.30pm on August 13 last year. 

The court was told the Land Rover was stolen just a couple of hours earlier from a business in Newmarket after Urbaniak had stolen the keys during a burglary there two days prior. 

Dashcam footage showed that during the pursuit Jablonski turned off the A143 at Earsham and drove it through a field of 6ft maize to evade the police. 

After emerging back onto the A143, Jablonski lost control of the Land Rover and crashed into a Nissan Juke car travelling in the opposite direction, near Old Harleston Road.

The driver of the Nissan - 28-year-old Aisatou Mballow-Baldeh - died at the scene.

Urbaniak, of All Saints Road, Newmarket, was jailed for two years after admitting aggravated burglary.