Just some of the South Tyneside criminals jailed recently at Newcastle Crown Court.
Unless otherwise stated, they are all from South Shields and have been locked up after pleading guilty to offences at Newcastle Crown Court. Our previous rogues’ gallery of jailed criminals is available here.
Amess, 27, of Cookson Place, Stanley, was jailed for seven months after admitting unlawful possession of a bladed article in public in South Shields.
Bannister, 20, of Netherton Avenue, North Shields, was locked up for 16 months after admitting committing three driving offences in Jarrow on February 13 and three in South Shields on March 29.
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Cain, 44, of Stanhope Road, South Shields, was jailed for 40 months after admitting committing burglary in Tunstall, Sunderland, on June 21.
Goodwin, 27, of Percy Street, Jarrow, was jailed for 20 months at Durham Crown Court after admitting unlawfully and maliciously administering a poison or other destructive or noxious thing with intent to injure, aggrieve or annoy his victim after spraying a prison officer with urine on June 16 last year.
Gordon, 33, of Severn Drive, Jarrow, was jailed for 14 months and banned from driving for five years after admitting dangerous driving, driving while disqualified, fraudulent use of trade plate and driving without insurance on September 5.
Lowrie, 26, of St Paul's Road, Jarrow, was jailed for 16 months after admitting breaching a sexual harm prevention order and failing to comply with sex offender notification requirements by informing the authorities of his address.
McLellen, 32, of Sunderland Road, South Shields, was jailed for 30 months after admitting committing robbery on October 25 last year and breaching a suspended sentence.
Morrison, 19, of no fixed address, was locked up at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court for eight weeks after admitting causing criminal damage in South Shields on October 8 and harassment at the same address on October 9.
Puttock, 27, of Lord Nelson Street, Tyne Dock, was jailed for 12 weeks by South Tyneside Magistrates' Court after admitting breaching a restraining order and a suspended sentence for assault on August 22.
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