Barrow "one man crime wave" jailed
Last updated at 09:28, Friday, 07 March 2014
A “ONE man crime wave” has been jailed for numerous offences in Barrow.
Jamie Hoare, 23, of Ferry Road, Barrow, was sentenced to four years in prison on Thursday March 6 2014.
His Honour Judge Paul Batty QC, sitting in Barrow Crown Court today, also described Hoare as “self-centred” and a “real menace” to society in Cumbria.
Hoare pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to four offences of burglary, driving while disqualified, driving while over the prescribed limit, no insurance and taking a vehicle without consent.
DC Wayne Dixon, the investigating officer said: “How Hoare was described in court today is an accurate reflection of the crime spree he carried out between January 21 and February 12 2014 within Barrow.
“He had no regard for any of his victims and the heartache that was being caused by his recklessness.
“The sentence today means that he will be off the streets of Barrow and will hopefully give some of the victims satisfaction in knowing justice has been served.”
First published at 15:04, Thursday, 06 March 2014
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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