Ten South Shields and South Tyneside criminals who have been jailed in 2020

These are just some of the South Shields and South Tyneside criminals who have started 2020 by receiving jail sentences.

Monday, 10th February 2020, 11:32 am
Just some of the criminals from South Shields and South Tyneside who have been locked up since the start of 2020.

Unless otherwise stated, they were locked up at Newcastle Crown Court. Our previous rogues’ gallery of defendants imprisoned by the courts is available here.

Carney, 39, of Belgrave Terrace, South Shields, was jailed for 18 months after admitting burglary.
Ebanks, 29, of Otto Terrace, Sunderland, was jailed for eight months after he was found guilty of committing an assault in Jarrow.

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Ferguson, 21, formerly of Widdrington Avenue, South Shields, was jailed for four years and eight months after he admitted wounding with intent and common assault.
Gates, 42, formerly of Grays Walk, South Shields, was jailed for six-and-a-half years after he was found guilty of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
Graham, 30, of Romney Avenue, Washington, was jailed for life at Newcastle Crown Court after he was found guilty of the murder of Simon Bowman in Jarrow.
Martin, 40, of Priestley Court, South Shields, was jailed at Newcastle Crown Court for 18 months after he admitted criminal damage and harassment and was found guilty of battery, criminal damage and stalking.
Mills, 35, of Pine Street, Chester-le-Street, was jailed for 16 months at Newcastle Crown Court after admitting possessing a knife in a public place and possession of an offensive weapon in Jarrow.
McDougall, 37, of Beach Road, South Shields, was jailed for nine months after admitting burglary.
McGarry, 65, of Colwyn Parade, Hebburn, was jailed for 22 months at Newcastle Crown after she was found guilty of indecent assault.
Newbrook, 60, of Harton House Road, South Shields was jailed for four years at Teesside Crown Court after admitting causing death by dangerous driving on the A19 at Osmotherley, near Northallerton, North Yorkshire.