These are the faces of 22 Sunderland and County Durham criminals who were locked up last month

These are some of the most serious criminals from the Wearside and Durham areas who were jailed in January.

Wednesday, 30th January 2019, 2:10 pm
Updated Thursday, 31st January 2019, 4:13 pm
judge's gavel
judge's gavel

Their crimes range from conspiring to supply class A drugs and grievous bodily harm, to theft and possessing offensive weapons. It is not a list of all offenders jailed, but of those who have committed offences where our police forces have deemed it worthy to release their custody photographs to the public.

The 6ft 5in boxer and MMA fighter was jailed for 26 months on January 3 for GBH and criminal damage after punching and kicking his girlfriend so hard he broke a bone in her face.
His unprovoked attack left a woman with her jaw fractured in two places and nerve damage to her face last July. He was jailed for 37 months after admitting grievous bodily harm.

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The former bank worker was jailed for six months after admitting burglary when her blood was found at the scene of a break-in where a handbag containing a purse and cash were stolen.
Alcoholic Green was jailed for 22 months after being convicted of a 'very nasty domestic attack' in which his victim's hand was cut with a knife. He admitted assault and breach of a restraining order.
Proudfoot was jailed for 10 years for sex attacks on four schoolboys, all aged under 13, which it is feared could leave them mentally scarred. He must also sign the Sex Offenders' Register for life.
The part-time care assistant was jailed for 30 months for theft, transferring criminal property, and fraud by false representation, after stealing thousands of pounds from a 94-year-old resident at the home where she worked.
The care home manager admitted theft and transferring criminal property after being involved in same scam as her daughter Carly Douglas, and was jailed for 27 months.
He was jailed for 27 months, with a 10-year restraining order to keep him away from his ex-girlfriend, after he admitted three charges of assault and two of criminal damage. The judge called him a 'controlling bully'.
Nanson has had a 12 months added to a 56-month sentence he's already serving for robbery after a burglary where he conned cash from an OAP while posing as a window cleaner was linked to him.
Described as one of the ringleaders of a major cocaine dealing gang, Blake was jailed for 14 years for conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. He received an extra 12 months for unlawful wounding of a rival dealer.
Part of the same gang as Blake, McBride for jailed for 10 years for conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. He was described in court as a regular recipient of cocaine for onward supply.
Another member of the drugs gang, he supplied high grade cocaine to Blake for onward supply to dealers lower down the chain. He was jailed for 10 years for conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
A fourth member of the drugs gang, Gooden regularly supplied nine ounces of high purity cocaine via Blake for onward supply. He was jailed for 10 years for conspiracy to spuuly Class A drugs.
Another member of the cocaine gang, he was involved in supplying Andrew Blake and Darren McBride. He was jailed for seven years after being convicted of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
Another member of the cocaine gang, he was jailed for seven years after being convicted of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. He was supplied with cocaine for onward supply to his own customer base.
A supplier of cocaine and onward dealer, Johnson was jailed for seven years as part of the drugs gang dealt with at Teesside Crown Court. He was also convicted of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
Ramshaw was the eighth member of the gang convicted at Teesside Crown Court of conspiracy to supply a Class A drug, in this case cocaine. He was jailed for five years.
Smart was the last of nine men convicted of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs in the cocaine gang case. He received a four and a half year jail sentence.
Freeman was sentenced to three years in prison after admitting unlawful wounding by taking part in a severe beating which the judge described as 'part of a drugs turf war'. His victim needed his spleen removed.
Dobbing also admitted unlawful wounding after being part of the same 'drugs turf war' attack as John Freeman. He was jailed for 34 months when the case was dealt with at Teesside Crown Court.
The banned driver has been remanded in custody pending sentencing after admitting a dozen motoring offences, including causing serious injury by dangerous driving, after smashing into a police dog van.
A passenger in a car which crashed into another vehicle, Trott sparked a 10-minute stand-off with police after returning to the scene with weapons. He admitted two charges of having an offensive weapon, and was jailed for 15 months.