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Craig Cronshaw- Ne Hepple
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- Group created: December 2007
- R.I.P Craig Eternally Young
- Me, Myself, and I
- This group is 4 Craig Cronshaw and 4 ppl 2 write and say how u new him and wot he was like. if u have any photos ov craig and his m8s please put them on r any thing like that
Craig loved 2 play football and go and have a drink and a laugh with his m8s craig was a ace lad we will all missin him very much. Craig loved all his mates and ther wer a couple he wer wiv all da tym Craig eatock. craig made the name up for his mates calld dem the 3 muskateers there were 1 other lad he always looked up 2 and it was aiden kyme. Craig also had an uva best friend calld katy talbot. Craig had 2 brothers and two sisters. Chloe of 15yrs, Abbie & Aarron of 9 yrs and step brother Nicohlas of 13yrs. Craig loved them all loads. Craig wer also a godfather 2 a beautiful little girl calld alyssa and wud do anythin 4 HIS family. He was a seetheart.
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Just heard the good news Kayleigh had her appeal rejected. The case is now closed. she is serving her time and Craig can now rest in peace. x0 Replies 194 weeks
Justice has now been done for Craig. Kayleigh will be sentenced on the 5 March 20090 Replies 227 weeks
The trial starts 2nd Feb 2009 for 10 days at Burnley Crown Court.0 Replies 239 weeks
Just heard the good news Kayleigh had her appeal rejected. The case is now closed. she is serving her time and Craig can now rest in peace. x
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AN 18 YEAR old woman has been found guilty of causing the death of another teenager by dangerous driving following a collision in Stacksteads.
Around 5.20am on Sunday 9 December 2007 Kayleigh Goodwin was driving a Citroen Saxo along Booth Road when she lost control and collided with a stone gate post before spinning into the opposite carriageway.
The back seat passenger, Ruth Bailey, 17, was thrown from the vehicle and suffered two broken legs and a fractured pelvis.
Sadly, the front seat passenger, Craig Cronshaw, 18, died a short time later in hospital of multiple injuries.
Throughout the trial at Burnley Crown Court, Goodwin, of Rockliffe Villas, Bacup, denied being the driver of the car, claiming it was Mr Cronshaw who had been behind the wheel.
However, today a jury found her guilty of causing death by dangerous driving and she will be sentenced on 5 March.
Sergeant Tracey Ward, who led the investigation, said: “This has been a complex and emotive investigation. The police and the Crown Prosecution Service have worked tirelessly to achieve this verdict, which is justice for Craig Cronshaw and his family.
"At no time throughout the course of this investigation has Kayleigh Goodwin shown any remorse for her actions. For reasons known only to herself, she is unable to admit that her actions caused the death of Craig Cronshaw.
“This is the outcome which Craig’s family had hoped for, to highlight the truth and clear their son of the acts for which Kayleigh Goodwin is responsible. Justice has been done today.”
Craig’s parents, Trish and Nick, said: “We are pleased we have justice for Craig. The Crown Prosecution Service and the police have worked extremely hard to prove Craig was not the driver.
“We have not ourselves just made this assumption; we have relied on scientific and forensic evidence to prove it, along with the expertise of the accident report team.
“We have waited 14 long months to hear this decision of which we are absolutely delighted and glad we can now put closure to the whole incident and ensure that Craig’s name is cleared.
“We would now like to move on from this and all the uncertainties of that terrible night. We would like to thank all those that helped us and supported us through this devastating time. We would also like to thank those that have and will continue to support us in keeping Craig’s memory alive.”
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JUSTICE HAS BEEN DONE FOR CRAIG.
Scientific and Forenzic evidence along with Craigs DNA has proven that CraIg was NOT THE DRIVER at the time of the accident and was the passenger that evening 9 Dec 2007.
The jury confirmed that they found Kayleigh Goodwin guilty of causing death by dangerous driving on 6th Feb 2009, 12 months to the day of his funeral!!!! Craig can now RIP with his name cleared and we can now move on from the uncertainties of that terrible evening and put closure to this incident.
Thank you to all those that supported us through this terrible ordeal and have been there for Craig and his family.
Craig can now RIP with his name cleared.
We thank all those who have and will continue to support us in keeping his memory alive.
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