Behind bars: The latest Sunderland criminals locked up by the courts

These criminals are unlikely to enjoy a happy new year after they were locked up by the courts during December.

Wednesday, 30th December 2020, 7:00 am
Just some of the criminals from the Sunderland area who have been locked up recently for their crimes.

Unless otherwise mentioned, they are all from Sunderland and were jailed at Newcastle Crown Court after admitting offences. Our previous gallery of jailed criminals is available here.

Abdilahi, 28, of Hutton Street, Sunderland, was jailed for 12 years after he was convicted of wounding with intent and possessing a bladed article on November 1, 2019.
Fairley, 31, of Mowbray Close, Ashbrooke, Sunderland, was jailed for seven weeks at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court after admitting making a threatening call to Northumbria Police on October 18 and failing to comply with supervision requirements on October 15 as part of a previous sentence.

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Fenwick, 39, of Waterford Green, Sunderland, was jailed for 18 months after admitting committing theft and fraud between March 2018 and April 2019.
Haikney, 35, of Blind Lane, Silksworth, Sunderland, was jailed for 876 days after admitting committing burglary on September 11.
Lamb, 39, of Sapphire Road, Sunderland, was jailed for three years after admitting four burglaries.
Lebihan, 20, of no fixed address, was locked up for 26 weeks at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court after he was convicted of assaulting a police officer on October 31 in Sunderland, breaching a restraining order on the same date and breaching a conditional discharge by committing further offences.
Scott, 38, of St Leonard’s Street, Hendon, Sunderland, was jailed for eight weeks at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court after he admitted breaching a community order in September.
Shields, 36, of Kenilworth Court, Washington, was jailed for 36 weeks by North Tyneside Magistrates' Court after she was convicted of breaching a restraining order and breaching a suspended sentence.
Froud, 36, of Wensleydale Avenue, Penshaw, must serve at least 24 years of a life sentence after he was convicted of committing the murder of Sean Mason on May 16.
Milroy, 48, of Avondale Avenue, Penshaw, was jailed for 19 years after he was convicted of committing the manslaughter of Sean Mason on May 16.
Urban, 23, of Thomas Street, Sunderland was jailed for six years and banned from driving for seven years after admitting causing death by dangerous driving and two charges of causing serious injury by dangerous driving on December 31, 2019.
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