See the faces of the criminals who have been jailed in Suffolk this week
- Credit: Suffolk police
Pawn shop burglar stole iPhones and iPads in late-night raid
Anthony Pascoe appeared before Ipswich Crown Court on Wednesday to be sentenced for burgling the Trade Inn, in Stowmarket's Meadow Centre, in the early hours of November 9 last year.
Pascoe had previously admitted the offence after being caught red-handed, fleeing the scene in a car containing stolen electronics.
The 43-year-old was stopped by police on the A14 near Rougham, where officers recovered seven iPhones and four iPads worth a total of £2,719.
Pascoe was jailed for a total of 22 weeks.
Drug-dealer duo sent bulk text messages advertising super-strength cannabis
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Andrew Fraser and Damian McNutt were sentenced at Ipswich Crown Court on Wednesday after guilty to being concerned in the supply of cannabis into Leiston between June 1 and June 16, 2018.
Fraser, who is already serving a nine-year sentence for aggravated burglary, refused to attend court but had also admitted possession with intent to supply 8.7 grammes of cannabis and possession of an extendable baton.
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McNutt also pleaded guilty to possession of a folding pocket knife on the day of his arrest.
Fraser was jailed for nine months, to serve in addition to a nine-year sentence for aggravated burglary he was handed last year.
Alcoholic threatened to kill police officers and 'do a Raoul Moat'
Phillip Old admitted assaulting an emergency worker at Ipswich Crown Court on Wednesday after attempting to headbutt a police officer.
The court heard Old, 40, had battled alcoholism for many years and had threatened to "do a Raoul Moat", in reference to the notorious gunman who killed two people in 2010.
Dealer found with £15,000 worth of cannabis in car
Rushit Protoduari, of Crewe, was arrested after police in Lowestoft discovered around 2kg of cannabis, which had a street value of £15,000, in a car.
The 27-year-old was charged with possession with intent to supply class B drugs and money laundering.
He pleaded guilty to the charges at Suffolk Magistrates' Court and was handed a 26-week jail sentence.