Men given combined seven years for violent attacks in Calderdale

Jailed: James Hogan (above), and below John Hogan and Jamie Ward Leslie
Jailed: James Hogan (above), and below John Hogan and Jamie Ward Leslie

Three men have been jailed for a combined total of nearly seven years for wounding, affray and assaults in Calderdale.

Three men have been jailed for a combined total of nearly seven years for wounding, affray and assaults in Calderdale.

Jailed: John Hogan

Jailed: John Hogan

Jamie Ward Leslie was jailed for five years for wounding/inflicting grievous bodily harm and affray in Halifax.

The Crown prosecutor at Bradford Crown Court was Mr David Percy Hall and the lead officer in the case was DC Alison Mitchell.

Meanwhile, James Hogan was jailed for 12 months for assaulting a person thereby occasioning them actual bodily harm; assault by beating and damage/destruction of property to the value of less than £5,000.

And John Hogan was imprisoned for 10 months for assaulting a person thereby occasioning them actual bodily harm and damage/destruction of property to the value of less than £5,000.

Jailed: Jamie Ward Leslie

Jailed: Jamie Ward Leslie

The Crown prosecutor at Bradford Crown Court was Mr Glen Parsons and the lead officer in the case was DC Andrew Beech