These are some of the most serious, high profile and prolific offenders, including a murder and sex offender.
All information comes directly from Sussex Police.
Luke Banner, 30, of Spencer Road, Emsworth, Hampshire was arrested and charged with four counts of burglary with intent to steal. He pleaded guilty to all four offences in court on 20 August and was remanded in custody ahead of sentencing at Lewes Crown Court on Friday 1 October. He was sentenced to a total of three years’ imprisonment. The seriousness of his crimes and previous offending history was taken into consideration.
Madelynne Rawle, 61, unemployed, of Northcliffe Rd, Bognor, was given a 30-month prison sentence when she appeared at Portsmouth Crown Court on Friday 15 October.
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Milad Rouf, 25, was arrested and charged, and admitted causing a dangerous / noxious thing to be taken / received with intent to burn / maim / disfigure / disabled / do grievous bodily harm when he appeared in court on Monday, August 16. At Lewes Crown Court on Thursday (October 7), Rouf of Newport Road, Roath, Cardiff, was sentenced to 11 years' imprisonment and four years on an extended licence as a dangerous offender.
Darren Rogers has been given a two-and-a-half-year prison sentence. Rogers, 45, a scaffolder, of Plough Road, Eastchurch, Kent, was sentenced at Lewes Crown Court on 29 September, having been convicted in July of making threats to kill, and possession of a knife.