A 30 year old man of no fixed address has been sentenced to 36 months’ imprisonment for various offences in Aylesbury.
The was sentenced on Friday 31st July 2015 at Amersham Crown Court after being convicted of one count of burglary dwelling, two counts of burglary non-dwelling, theft from a motor vehicle, theft of a motor vehicle and possession of a class B drug, amphetamine.
The convicted man had been arrested and charged on Thursday 23rd July 2015.
He sentenced to 36 months’ imprisonment for the burglary dwelling and to run concurrently six months in prison for the burglary non-dwellings, one month imprisonment for the possession of class B amphetamine, six months in prison for theft from a motor vehicle and six months in prison for theft of a motor vehicle.
The offences took place between Saturday 11th July 2015 and Sunday 13 July 2015. The burglary and the theft of a motor vehicle took place in Tees Road, Aylesbury and the other offences in Sandhill Way, Aylesbury.
The defendant was also found guilty of breach of a suspended sentence and sentenced to 15 weeks’ imprisonment to run consecutively.
Investigating officer, PC Samantha Stansbie of local CID based at Aylesbury police station, said: ‘Tackling burglaries and drug offences is a high priority for Aylesbury Vale Local Police Area and this sentence offers both a strong message and a deterrent to would-be offenders that we will not tolerate criminal activity. We will investigate and we will prosecute.‘