THE following is a round-up of Worcester Crown Court stories featured in the Worcester News last week.

A MASKED burglar who raided a Worcester home suffers from ADHD and is 'vulnerable' while another turned to crime to provide money for his family, a court heard.

Brothers Shaun Cooper, Oliver Cooper and Lee Cooper together with another accomplice, Benjamin Wilson, were all jailed at Worcester Crown Court on Monday after admitting the 'professional' car key burglary.

SISTERS broke a disabled homeless woman's nose and eye socket during a savage attack after one of the pair mocked their victim for being a 'hunchback'.

Katie Thomasson and younger sister Molly Thomasson were jailed for inflicting grievous bodily harm at Worcester Crown Court on Tuesday.

A PRANKSTER who repeatedly Tasered himself to 'entertain' people on social media has been spared jail, telling police afterwards 'it didn't half hurt!'

Kyle Johnson used the Taser, disguised as a torch, to repeatedly stun himself, swearing and shouting 'arrrrrh!' and 'woo!' as his friends laughed in the background during the shocking incident in an Evesham park.

A PENSIONER has admitted arson after setting fire to her own home.

Carol Williams, accompanied by two members of NHS staff, pleaded guilty to the arson attack in Pershore when she appeared at Worcester Crown Court on Monday. The 70-year-old admitted arson ‘being reckless as to whether life was endangered’ following the fire at Cherry Orchard House, owned by Rooftop Housing, on March 22 this year.