Behind bars: Latest rogues' gallery of criminals from the Sunderland area

Here is our latest rogues’ gallery of criminals from the Sunderland area who have recently received jail terms.

Monday, 4th May 2020, 7:00 am
Some of the criminals jailed recently at Newcastle Crown Court.

Unless otherwise stated, they are all from the city and were all imprisoned after admitting offences at Newcastle Crown Court. Our previous rogues’ gallery is available here.

Carling, 57, of Roseberry Street, Sunderland, was jailed for 21 days after he was convicted at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court of breaching a domestic violence prevention order.
Campbell, 28, of Halesworth Drive, Pennywell, was jailed for 11 months after he admitted controlling and coercive behaviour, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, common assault and criminal damage.

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Carmody, 44, of Athol Road, Hendon, was jailed for 22 months after admitting possessing prohibited images of a child, breach of a sexual harm prevention order and failing to comply with a sex offender's registration requirements.
Graham, 38, of Roche Court, Washington, was jailed for 32 months after he admitted unlawful wounding.
McManus, 24, of no fixed address, was jailed for eight months after he admitted three thefts and one count of possessing a knife in Sunderland.
Minto, 27, of Langhurst, Ryhope, was jailed for 14 months after admitting theft and affray.
Zelinka, 19, of Station Road, Shotton Colliery, was jailed for four years and two months after he admitted theft and robbery.
Wilson, 39, formerly of Chester-le-Street and most recently of Thornaby, was jailed for six months after admitting eight charges of fraud, two of forgery, one of making false statements, and one of converting criminal property.
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