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Ashman

goddess of grain. [Sumerian Myth.: Benét, 57]
See: Farming
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Chief constable Ashman spoke about his personal connection with South Tyneside and his key priority to retain strong connections with the Council and local communities to ensure the continued delivery of Northumbria Police's high standard service.
As Mr Ashman points out, the police can only do so much.
Veteran sailor and Clipper race founder Sir Robin Knox-Johnston paid tribute to Mr Ashman, who worked for many years as a London Ambulance paramedic.
Mr Ashman described the 1% pay offer as "derisory".
Ashman will be in charge for Twin-Star s global operations, working at the company s headquarters in Delray Beach, Fla.
Jailing Ashman at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court, Judge Richard Twomlow told him: "You have shown no remorse whatsoever.
After the verdict the judge said she would have to wait for psychiatric reports before sentencing Ashman in 12 weeks' time.
A jury at Bristol crown court took just under six hours to convict Ashman by a majority of 10-1.
Ashman - ruled mentally unfit for trial - had visited the Cheltenham office 100 times over a tax dispute.
Mr Ashman had become a regular visitor to the Cheltenham Liberal Democrat MP's Friday afternoon constituency surgeries at the party offices in St George's Street.
Mr Ashman, who was born in Jarrow, joined Northumbria Police in 2009 as Assistant Chief Constable.
Tony Ashman, 38, arrived back at Gatwick Airport yesterday morning having previously been wanted for questioning over the death of Danny McCalla.