Shotgun Suspect Arrested in Swoop; ACTING ON TIP OFFS POLICE FIND FUGITIVE AT HOUSE

Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England), January 13, 2010 | Go to article overview

Shotgun Suspect Arrested in Swoop; ACTING ON TIP OFFS POLICE FIND FUGITIVE AT HOUSE


Byline: SOPHIE DOUGHTY

FUGITIVE shotgun suspect Terence Davidson is back behind bars after three months on the run.

Police found a cannabis farm and a swan-off shotgun when they raided the home of Terence Davidson who gained some notoriety as the boyfriend of teenknife killer Jordan Jobson, who murdered new mum Samantha Madgin.

But the 21-year-old, who was jailed fos r 18-months in 2008 after he admitted committing affray on the night 18-year-old Samantha was killed, was nowhere to be seen.

And police, who urgently wanted to speak to him in connection with drugs and firearms offences, launched a manhunt.

Davidson was finally tracked down to a house in Byker, Newcastle, yesterday morning, after police received information.

He was kept in custody overnight and is today due to appear before Newcastle Magistrates' Court having been charged with possessing a firearm, handling stolen goods and drugs offences.

Jobson, 15, had been drinking and snorting cocaine with Davidson when they ran into Samantha in a Wallsend back alley, in August 2007, as she enjoyed her first night out with pals since giving birth to her son Callum 10 weeks earlier. An argument broke out between Davison and Samantha's pals.

And as the young mum attempted to break up the clash, Jobson launched a frenzied attack with a kitchen knife, stabbing Samantha 10 times before leaving her bleeding to death in the street. …

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