Caught And In Court

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As part of the 'Justice Seen, Justice Done' campaign, we aim to give you information on specific crimes and what happens to those brought to justice. This new section is designed to inform you of what happens to offenders who commit crime where you live after they have been to court.

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Ellis Bates


Sentence: 2 years and 6 months in prison

Conviction: Possession with intent to supply Class A drugs

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Luke Marc Elliott


Sentence: 2 years and 2 months in prison

Conviction: Production of cannabis and possession with intent to supply a Class B drug

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Ryan Williams


Sentence: 43 month imprisonment

Conviction: Charge 1:Acquire / use / possess criminal property Charge 2:Possess with intent to supply a controlled drug of Class A - Cocaine

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Joseph Huggins-Heard


Sentence: 32 months imprisonment

Conviction: Possession with intent to supply Class A and B drugs

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Gareth Siarl Williams


Sentence: life

Conviction: Armed Robbery

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Liam Lloyd


Sentence: 5 years

Conviction: Possession with intent to supply class A and B drugs including, Heroin, Cocaine, Crack Cocaine, legal highs, MCat and Cannabis. Liam was also charged with possession of criminal property.

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Ryan Wells


Sentence: 12 months in prison

Conviction: Possession with intent to supply Class B drugs

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Fazal Nawaz


Sentence: 12 months in prison

Conviction: Burglary

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Ashton Jones


Sentence: 16 months

Conviction: Handling stolen goods

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Karen Jones


Sentence: 42 weeks imprisonment

Conviction: Burglary other than a dwelling

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