Locked up: The faces of criminals jailed in Sheffield and South Yorkshire last month

These people have all been jailed for serious crimes in South Yorkshire and Sheffield in November.

Tuesday, 10th December 2019, 4:11 pm
Updated Tuesday, 10th December 2019, 4:40 pm
The faces of the criminals locked up in Sheffield and South Yorkshire in the past month.

This includes a number of serious offences but is not exhaustive.

Prison absconder Michael Wright went on to commit a series of robberies across Doncaster, threatening staff at shops across the county with a knife and a screwdriver. He was jailed for 21 years at Sheffield Crown Court.
35-year-old Sarah Barrass (pictured) was jailed for life for murdering her two teenage sons and conspiring to murder her four other children. Brandon Machin, 39, a relative of Barrass, was also sentenced to life today after admitting to the same offences.

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32-year-old Taylor, from Monk Bretton in Barnsley, assaulted two female police officers- laying on top of one officer and forceing his fingers into her eyes and striking another across the face. He was jailed at Barnsley Crown Court for two counts of assault by beating along with driving-related offences.
Ian Kleute, 19, of Merton Lane, Sheffield, targeted a takeaway delivery driver in a robbery in Hillsborough. He was sentenced to five years in prison at Sheffield Crown Court, of which three years were robbery, one year for attempted robbery and one year for triggering a suspended sentence.
Joshua Yeardley, formerly of Langsett Road, Sheffield, was sentenced to 27 months in a youth offender's institute for robbery, possession of a bladed article, possession of an offensive weapon and possession of cannabis.
Dean Watson, of Monk Bretton, was jailed for 54 weeks at Barnsley Magistrates' Court for racial abuse and spitting at police officers. The 38-year-old was also slapped with a Criminal Behaviour Order.
The men, who are all aged 21 and from Derby and Doncaster, are serving more than 30 years behind bars for their part in a shooting in Sheffield, which left a man requiring reconstructive surgery.
The men, both of Charter Row, Sheffield and aged 54 and 53 respectively, were jailed for five years and three months each for a burglary in Fulwood in which high value and sentimental jewellery was stolen.
Cohen, 18 and Waite, 21, were jailed for 10 years between them after they were found in a stolen car with a loaded sawn-off shotgun and ammunition in Shiregreen, Sheffield.