BELOW is a round-up of all of the criminals whose prison sentencings were covered by the Free Press, Journal, Pioneer or Chronicle in September.

Kelly Lavelle

Rhyl Journal: Kelly LavelleKelly Lavelle (Image: NWP)

Lavelle, 36, of Victoria Road, Rhyl, was jailed after attacking and robbing a vulnerable man in the street - on the same day she was released from prison.

She had admitted one offence of robbery at a previous hearing.

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David Nash

Rhyl Journal: David NashDavid Nash (Image: North Wales Police)

Nash, 28, now of Pool Hey, Stockbridge Village, Merseyside but previously of Clwyd Street, Rhyl, has returned to prison after he breached his sex offenders register notification requirements for the eighth time.

Nash was given an address in Denbighshire but did not go there, and so was classed as being of no fixed abode.

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Barry Johnson

Rhyl Journal: Barry JohnsonBarry Johnson (Image: North Wales Police)

Johnson, 70, of Fennycroft Road, Hemel Hempstead, but living in Prestatyn at the time of his offending, groomed a person he believed to be a 13-year-old girl online.

Johnson told "Athena" that she was “beautiful”, “sexy”, “perfect”, and his “young lady”, before requesting naked pictures of her.

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Jason Kennett-Orpwood

Rhyl Journal: Jason Kennett-OrpwoodJason Kennett-Orpwood (Image: North Wales Police)

Kennett-Orpwood, 68, of Brunswood Green, Hawarden, distributed indecent images of, and engaged in sexual conversation with, children in Kinmel Bay.

His Twitter conversation history included him asking a child if he “had school the next day”, and talking to a 14-year-old boy about his sexual orientation and relationship status.

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Gerrard Garrity

Rhyl Journal: Gerrard GarrityGerrard Garrity (Image: North Wales Police)

Garrity, 32, of Max Road, Liverpool, was found by police to be in possession of crack cocaine in Colwyn Bay.

As he ran away from officers, he dropped a packet containing 18.4g of crack cocaine.

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Alan Williams

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Williams, 33, of Llys Janet, Green Hill, Old Colwyn, repeatedly breached the restraining order which his ex-partner took out against him.

He had been issued with this order following a conviction relating to domestic violence, having also thrown fried chicken and water at her.

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Robert Parry

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Parry, 76, of no fixed abode, sexually assaulted a boy on Anglesey in the mid-2000s.

He was handed an extension to the prison sentence he was already serving for other sexual offences.

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Richard Herrington and Jason Roberts

Rhyl Journal: Richard Samuel Herrington and Jason RobertsRichard Samuel Herrington and Jason Roberts (Image: North Wales Police)

Herrington, 25, of Llangefni; and Roberts, 49, of Holyhead; were both jailed having been convicted of sexual offences.

Herrington was convicted two counts of taking indecent photographs of a child and two counts of distributing indecent photographs of a child.

Roberts was convicted of committing an offence with the intention of committing a relevant sexual offence and two counts of making indecent photographs of a child.

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Lloyd Lloyd

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Lloyd, 28, of Llys Dewi Sant, Bangor, was jailed following a breach of restraining order and assaulting an emergency worker.

He was sentenced to 20 months’ imprisonment at Caernarfon Crown Court.

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Cameron Jones

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Jones, 22, of no fixed abode, "jumped into the sea" in Holyhead to avoid police.

The RNLI and police attempted to help him but he refused to get out of the water for some 20 to 30 minutes, before finally giving himself up.

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Cezar Soare

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Soare, 31, of no fixed abode, attempted to breach his deportation order by entering the UK via Holyhead.

This was the third time that Soare had attempted to enter the UK in breach of his deportation order.

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Fabjol Mucaj, Bedri Elezi, and Agron Aruci

Rhyl Journal: Fabjol Mucaj, Bedri Elezi, and Agron AruciFabjol Mucaj, Bedri Elezi, and Agron Aruci (Image: North Wales Police)

These three men were jailed after being involved in the production of cannabis at a property in Bangor.

Aruci, 30; and Mucaj, 21; both of no fixed abode, were each sentenced to 22 months’ imprisonment.

Elezi, 36, of Lilley Road, Liverpool, was handed a two-year prison sentence, meanwhile.

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