Rogues' gallery of South Tyneside criminals who are facing Christmas behind bars

These are just some of the South Tyneside criminals facing Christmas behind bars after they were recently locked up.

Tuesday, 10th December 2019, 5:11 pm
Updated Monday, 23rd December 2019, 3:44 pm
Just some of the South Tyneside criminals facing Christmas 2019 behind bars.

Unless otherwise stated, they are from South Shields and pleaded guilty to offences at Newcastle Crown Court. Our previous rogues’ gallery can be viewed here.

Geary, 24, of Wenlock Road, South Shields, was jailed for 32 months after admitting two breaches of sexual offences prevention order and one count of failing to inform the authorities about a change of address.
Gordon, 32, of Thames Avenue, Jarrow, was jailed for 26 weeks and banned from driving for six years and 91 days by South Tyneside magistrates after he admitted drink driving, driving while disqualified and without insurance.

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Hepplewhite, 33, of Hatfield Square, South Shields, was jailed for two-and-a-half years after admitting burglary.
Paul Luke, 26, Whitehall Street, South Shields, was jailed for six years after he was was convicted of wounding with intent and having an offensive weapon.
Martin, 25, of Edinburgh Road, Jarrow, was jailed for 40 weeks at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court after admitting six counts of theft.
Newman, 29, of Mill Dam, South Shields, was jailed for 94 weeks after admitting three thefts and possession of a bladed article.
Skidmore, 38, of no fixed address, was jailed for two-and-a-half years after he admitted committing robbery in South Shields and an attempted burglary.
Simpson, 33, of no fixed address, was jailed for three years after admitting committing three burglaries in South Shields.
Simpson, 39, of Marshall Wallis Road, South Shields, was jailed for a year after admitting two counts of making threats to kill and one breach of a restraining order.
Taylor, 51, of Centenary Avenue, was jailed for two years and eight months after admitting burglary.