The Channel 4 documentary series, 24 Hours in Police Custody, returns to Channel 4 on Monday (March 22, 2021) and focuses on the horrific crimes of Barry Price – but where is Barry Price now?
Has he been convicted? And what is he guilty of?
Here’s everything you need to know about the returning streak of 24 hours in police custody and the first suspect, Barry Price.
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What is Barry Price accused of?
Bedfordshire Police question 23-year-old Barry Price about a range of violent crimes – including rape.
His disgusting behavior during the interview doesn’t exactly help his cause.
Viewers discover that he has a history of violence.
Within a few days of leaving police custody, he insulted again and officially ended up on the list of the most wanted people.
The one-man Crimewave used fake profiles to arrange meetings with young girls.
He then raped her in lengthy attacks.
Where is Barry Price now?
Bedforshire born Barry, now 24, is currently in prison.
A judge and jury found him guilty of four rape, three sexual assault and two wrongful detentions.
Posing online as a teenager and dating young girls, listening to Luton Crown Court.
On October 28, 2019, he met a young girl with whom he had spoken online.
He locked her in his car, raped her, and then took her to a property in Gamlingay where he continued to attack her.
Finally he took her to the train station and said, “Good luck getting home.”
A month later, he met a 15-year-old girl and did the same.
When she tried to leave, he threatened her and destroyed her cell phone.
Mr. James Wood QC described Barry as callous and said he showed no remorse or empathy.
Barry was sentenced to 14 years in prison, with an extension of four years to reflect the dangerousness of his offenses – a total of 18 years behind bars.
He was also served an indefinite sexual harm prevention order and an indefinite restraining order not to contact his victims.
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Where is Barry Price now? Where are police custody filmed for 24 hours?
24 hour police custody follows primarily Bedfordshire Police investigating cases in Luton.
A spokesman said on behalf of the police: “In 2014 we took the unprecedented step to enable 24/7 cameras to shoot a fly-on-the-wall documentary that captures some of the issues police officers face today.
“We welcomed the makers of 24 Hours in A&E and One Born Every Minute and enabled them to install 80 fixed cameras in areas of the Bedfordshire Police, filming police work in action 24/7 over a six-week period. “
How many episodes are there?
There are four episodes in the new series of 24 Hours in Police Custody.
This is the 11th series in the Channel 4 documentary series.
In the second episode, the police are investigating an apparently unprovoked attack in which a man is fighting for his life.
A total stranger shot the victim in the chest at close range.
Later, a woman arrives at the Luton Police Station to report she has been threatened by a man who matches the description.
Who tells 24 hours in police custody?
Actress Zawe Ashton tells 24 hours in police custody.
You probably know her from her roles as Vod on C4s Fresh Meat, Omega Christine Moore in Guerilla, and Claire Pascal in Wanderlust.
She was also selected for the fourth series of The Handmaid’s Tale and the upcoming Captain Marvel sequel.
24 hours in police custody at 9 p.m. on channel 4
The series returns with four new episodes, each recording the tense 24 hours during which the police must collect enough evidence to arrest a suspect.
In the first episode, police officers interview a 23-year-old man with a history of violence.
Barry Price refuses to say anything other than “no comment” and even yawns during the interview process with apparent disregard for his victims.
Without new evidence, the police have no choice but to release the suspect.
But within days of leaving police custody, he insulted again and officially ended up on the list of most wanted people.
24 Hours in Police Custody will be broadcast on Channel 4 at 9 p.m. on Monday, March 22, 2021.
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