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Thief’s three month crime spree brought to a halt

A thief who went on a three month crime spree to feed his heroin addiction has been jailed.

Carl Imral Davies, of Ffordd Cynfal, Bangor, had admitted charges of burglary, theft, fraud and motoring offences at an earlier hearing and appeared for sentence at Caernarfon Crown Court.

The 32-year-old was handed prison terms totalling 28 months.

Judge Huw Rees told Davies that “heroin had blighted his life”.

“It has taken you off the rails in terms of acquisitive offending. You have had opportunities in the past and the sentence I have to impose is one of immediate custody as the offences are so serious.”

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Simon Mills, prosecuting, said the offences had taken place between July and September this year.

In late September, the barrister said, Davies had entered two student properties in Upper Bangor.

In one house in Ffriddoedd Road he had stolen various items from a room including bank

Read more at: http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/thiefs-three-month-crime-spree-13964263

Police probe three-month crime spree – Times

THOMASVILLE — A Thomasville Police Department (TPD) investigation that began in August continues as detectives constantly gather intelligence in cases that span three months.

Numerous incidents of nighttime commercial burglaries, stolen vehicles and entering autos have occurred in the U.S. 19 South area, said Sgt. Toby Knifer, assistant commander of the TPD Criminal Investigations Division. Some have occurred in unincorporated areas just outside the city.

Culprits are stealing everything from firearms and money to golf carts and other vehicles, Knifer said, adding that most of the vehicles stolen had keys in them.

Intelligence shows the incidents might possibly be related.

Three golf carts stolen from a 19 South business were found a short time later off Cassidy Road. Knifer said the vehicles did not travel on a highly-visible route to the other side of town, but along paths and back roads.

“We’re processing the golf carts for evidence and looking at surveillance video to identify

Read more at: http://www.timesenterprise.com/news/local_news/police-probe-three-month-crime-spree/article_54aefb6b-b8bb-593f-9f04-2c37474605f4.html

Man arrested in October ‘meth-fueled crime spree’ named in three grand theft auto cases

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An overview of 2016 crime statistics recorded by the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office show rates are well below the state average.
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — A Vero Beach man arrested last month in the midst of what Sheriff Deryl Loar called a “meth-fueled crime spree” was named in three grand theft auto cases, according to arrest warrants served Tuesday.

Andrew Allen Brown, 28, of the 1400 block of 16th Avenue, was arrested Oct. 20 and charged

Read more at: http://www.tcpalm.com/story/news/crime/indian-river-county/2017/11/16/man-arrested-october-meth-fueled-crime-spree-named-three-grand-theft-auto-cases/870616001/

Three arrested in Lincoln crime spree

LINCOLN, Neb. Three people have been arrested and are believed to be responsible for a series of crimes in the Capital City.

According to a release from the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department, 34-year-old Ronald Sowards, 19-year-old Amber Murphy and 29-year-old Andrew Ferrell are all under arrest and believed to be responsible for multiple crimes in Lincoln.

Lancaster County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Sowards after he attempted to burglarize a home in Lincoln. Sowards allegedly entered the home around 5:30 Friday night and when confronted, he fled without taking anything.

Deputies searched the area and found Sowards hiding in tall grass nearby.

He was arrested for burglary, theft, and unauthorized use of a financial device as well as multiple other citations by Lincoln Police.

Police believe Sowards is possibly tied to a string of burglaries in Lincoln’s Meadowlane Neighborhood.

Murphy, who was in the area at the time of the crime and

Read more at: http://www.wowt.com/content/news/Three-arrested-in-Lincoln-crime-spree-455598483.html

Three arrested in Lincoln crime spree – WOWT.com

LINCOLN, Neb. Three people have been arrested and are believed to be responsible for a series of crimes in the Capital City.

According to a release from the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department, 34-year-old Ronald Sowards, 19-year-old Amber Murphy and 29-year-old Andrew Ferrell are all under arrest and believed to be responsible for multiple crimes in Lincoln.

Lancaster County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Sowards after he attempted to burglarize a home in Lincoln. Sowards allegedly entered the home around 5:30 Friday night and when confronted, he fled without taking anything.

Deputies searched the area and found Sowards hiding in tall grass nearby.

He was arrested for burglary, theft, and unauthorized use of a financial device as well as multiple other citations by Lincoln Police.

Police believe Sowards is possibly tied to a string of burglaries in Lincoln’s Meadowlane Neighborhood.

Murphy, who was in the area at the time of the crime and

Read more at: http://www.wowt.com/content/news/Three-arrested-in-Lincoln-crime-spree-455598483.html

Three Arrested, Two At Large in Homicide, 2-Day Bay Area Crime Spree

Three suspects were arrested and two others remain at large in a two-day violent crime spree that crossed four Bay Area cities late last month, according to the San Jose Police Department.

The five men are suspected of multiple violent crimes, including a San Jose homicide as well as sexual assaults and armed robberies, all of which occurred at brothels at high-end apartment buildings between Sept. 27 and 28, police said.

The homicide occurred in San Jose on Sept. 28, when the suspects broke into an apartment, tied up two people, shot a man execution-style and left without taking anything, police said.

The men also are suspected of crimes in Fremont, Milpitas and South San Francisco, police said.

An Yan, 28, of Baldwin Park; Lin Tao, 27, of Monterey Park; and Panpan Huang, 36, of Chino were arrested at their Los Angeles County

Read more at: http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Three-Arrested-Two-At-Large-in-Homicide-2-Day-Bay-Area-Crime-Spree-453184613.html

Three Arrested, Two At Large in Homicide, 2-Day Bay Area Crime …

Three suspects were arrested and two others remain at large in a two-day violent crime spree that crossed four Bay Area cities late last month, according to the San Jose Police Department.

The five men are suspected of multiple violent crimes, including a San Jose homicide as well as sexual assaults and armed robberies, all of which occurred at brothels at high-end apartment buildings between Sept. 27 and 28, police said.

The homicide occurred in San Jose on Sept. 28, when the suspects broke into an apartment, tied up two people, shot a man execution-style and left without taking anything, police said.

The men also are suspected of crimes in Fremont, Milpitas and South San Francisco, police said.

An Yan, 28, of Baldwin Park; Lin Tao, 27, of Monterey Park; and Panpan Huang, 36, of Chino were arrested at their Los Angeles County

Read more at: http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Three-Arrested-Two-At-Large-in-Homicide-2-Day-Bay-Area-Crime-Spree-453184613.html

Glendora man gets more than three decades in prison for crime spree

A Glendora man convicted of a laundry list of crimes, ranging from attempted murder and home-invasion robbery to identity theft and auto theft, received a sentence of more than three decades in state prison on Thursday, authorities said.

Clayton Rube Duran, 26, was sentenced to 33 years to life behind bars in the Pomona branch of Los Angeles County Superior Court, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office spokesman Ricardo Santiago said.

A Pomona jury convicted him July 12 of 13 criminal counts: three counts of burglary with a person present, attempted murder, residential robbery, grant theft auto, grand theft, identity theft, forgery related to identity theft, assault with a firearm, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of ammunition by a convicted felon and petty theft, district attorney’s office spokeswoman Sarah Ardalani said at the time.

The jury also found true a special allegation that Addleman personally used a gun in

Read more at: http://www.sgvtribune.com/2017/09/21/glendora-man-gets-more-than-three-decades-in-prison-for-crime-spree/