A heroin someone who is addicted who intentionally ran over Television outfit originator Liz Sherlock as she lay powerless in front of his auto was last night confronting life in jail

Mark Woolley was indicted of kill following a 14-day trial in which a jury heard how he had acted as a getaway driver for his sweetheart Jackie Moorehouse

Similarly dependent to drugs, she had gone to Euston Station in London on Easter Monday looking for cash to subsidize their £300-a-day habit

Also there were Mrs Sherlock, 42, what’s more, her spouse Dwindle who were holding up for a prepare to Lancashire to celebrate the 80th birthday of Mrs Sherlock’s father

As the couple tasted espresso in a station cafe, Moorehouse pounced, taking her Burberry tote what’s more, running out of the concourse

Although her spouse was uninformed of what had happened, Mrs Sherlock gave chase

She was caught on closed-circuit TV 10ft behind Moorehouse what’s more, was heard to shout: ‘Stop, thief, she has got my handbag ‘

Moorehouse, 24, is said to have at that point bounced into 36-year-old Woolley’s white Portage Party what’s more, yelled: ‘Drive, drive!’ Some time recently he could move off, Mrs Sherlock had tossed herself on to the vehicle’s bonnet

While she clung to its windscreen wipers ‘for life’, Woolley quickened 100 yards forward some time recently halting what’s more, turning around 50 yards

‘She was slamming on the windscreen,’ he told the court ‘She was mad She looked angry ‘

The auto swerved into a kerb, tossing Mrs Sherlock on to the street in front

His way back blocked by a bus, Woolley locked in to begin with adapt what’s more, drove over her inclined body

‘Her body was dragged underneath for a short distance,’ indicting advodate Richard Horwell had told the jury at the Old Bailey at the point when he opened the case

‘It was thumped about like a cloth doll under that car Woolley what’s more, Moorehouse must have known that they had run over Mrs Sherlock ‘

It was as it were at this minute that Mr Sherlock, a PC software engineer from Chiswick, West London, figured it out what had happened, having been alarmed by a passer-by

‘Liz was encompassed by parts of paramedics, police what’s more, fire staff,’ he told the court

Mrs Sherlock passed on four hours later, having endured breaks to her skull, leg, pelvis what’s more, ribs as well as various inner injuries

Woolley what’s more, Moorehouse spent £20 money they found in the pack on a taxi and, as specialists worked on Mrs Sherlock, fashioned her signature to utilize her Switch card to get £100 money to spend on drugs

Moorehouse stole more sacks in the next three days some time recently being found by police with Woolley stowing away underneath a bed at a level in North London There, criminologists too found Mrs Sherlock’s versatile telephone what’s more, a note by Moorehouse which read: ‘Dear Lord, I have sinned Pardon me for a loathsome sin God rest the poor woman’s soul ‘

The couple guaranteed they had nothing to do with Mrs Sherlock’s death

But in July, Woolley argued blameworthy to homicide what’s more, Moorehouse conceded taking the bag

Woolley proceeded to deny robbery what’s more, murder, while Moorehouse denies homicide what’s more, murder

The jury is still considering its decisions on Moorehouse, yet recently found Woolley guilty He has however to be sentenced

The court has heard that the couple, who met nine a long time ago, have between them nearly 100 convictions Moorehouse would take as numerous as six purses a day, utilizing the cash, credit cards what’s more, check books to purchase the heroin what’s more, split cocaine they needed to take each five hours

Moorehouse has 70 feelings – 52 for shoplifting what’s more, satchel theft Woolley – who endures from hepatitis C, gotten from messy needles – has 25 convictions

They moved toward becoming guardians last year at the point when she gave birth to a boy, who was taken into mind what’s more, put up for adoption

Mr Sherlock, a consistent nearness at the trial, hitched his spouse in 1995 In the same year, she cleared out her BBC work as a outfit planner to work freelance

She had joined the partnership in 1983 what’s more, worked on appears with stars such as Rolf Harris what’s more, Ben Elton, as well as outlining outfits for Last Of The Summer Wine

The case continues