A Wrexham man has today been sentenced to 876 days in custody.
24-year-old Dale Conrad Jones from Wrexham today appeared before Mold Crown Court and was sentenced in connection with a Burglary offence committed in the Flintshire area.
He was sentenced to 876 days custody and 8 months consecutive for Breach of Suspended Sentence.
Detective Inspector Neil Harrison of North Wales Police, in acknowledging the sentence said: “ It is important the Criminal Justice System imposes strong sentences on those people in our communities intent on disrupting the lives of the vast majority of law abiding citizens. Dale Conrad Jones is a prolific offender and this sentence will send a clear message to those intent on breaking the law or acting in an anti-social manner.
He added: “I welcome the sentence and hope it will provide the public with some reassurance make our communities safer. North Wales Police will relentlessly pursue those individuals who cause such harm within our communities and this type of behaviour will not be tolerated.”
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