The five teenagers responsible for the savage attack on North East dad Danny Humble can be pictured today after they were convicted at Newcastle Crown Court.

All five were among a larger group which rounded on Mr Humble as he made his way home from a night out with his partner after the easing of lockdown restrictions in May last year.

As the 35-year-old father of two and partner Adele Stubbs used an underpass, in Romsey Close, Cramlington, the group joked about his likeness to North East tv celebrity Ant McPartlin.

What started as apparent light-hearted banter, soon turned to violence as the youth turned violent, punching and knocking Mr Humble to the ground, where he was then stamped on.

Although a frantic Ms Stubbs tried to offer first aid, while ringing emergency services, Mr Humble suffered what the court heard were “catastrophic injuries’ from which he died in hospital the following day.

Read more: Five teens found GUILTY of killing Northumberland dad Danny Humble

Following a trial, which began in mid-May, and after four days’ deliberation by the jury, one of the teenage accused, Alistair Dickson, 18, of Hawkins Way, Blyth, was found guilty of murder.

Four others, 18-year-olds, Kyros Robinson, of Woodside Avenue, Seaton Delaval, Ethan Scott, of Chester Grove, and Bailey Wilson, of Mitford Avenue, both Blyth, plus a 17-year-old, who cannot be named because of his age, were found guilty of the manslaughter of Mr Humble.

Two other teenagers, Izaak Little, 18, of Blackthorn Drive, Blyth, and a 17-year-old, who also cannot be named for legal reasons, were cleared of murdering Mr Humble at the direction of the trial judge, Mr Justice Joel Bennathan, last month.

All five teenagers convicted were remanded in custody and will be sentenced in the week beginning September 12.

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