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

Arfon Griffiths

Rhyl Journal: Arfon GriffithsArfon Griffiths (Image: North Wales Police)

Griffiths, 44, of Ger y Mor, Abergele, is a convicted sex offender who used multiple aliases to speak to children.

He targeted five girls in total, one of whom was described as “extremely vulnerable”.

Read the full story here.

Steven Roberts

Rhyl Journal: Steven RobertsSteven Roberts (Image: North Wales Police)

Roberts, 49, from Rhyl, harassed a woman and drug-drove.

He filmed her at a supermarket, damaged her car, made “unwanted phone calls” and tried to force his way into her home.

Read the full story here.

Thomas Skillen

Rhyl Journal: Thomas SkillenThomas Skillen (Image: North Wales Police)

Skillen, 29, of Marine Road, Abergele, was in charge of a dog which caused “dreadful” injuries to four people at a pub in Kinmel Bay.

His stepfather was also handed a suspended prison sentence for his involvement in the incident.

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Brian Owens

Rhyl Journal: Brian OwensBrian Owens (Image: NWP)

Owens, 33, of Min y Mor Road, Holyhead, was jailed after assaulting two police officers.

Following a short foot chase, he was eventually caught attempting to scale a wall.

Read the full story here.

Michael McClarence

Rhyl Journal: Michael McClarenceMichael McClarence (Image: North Wales Police)

McClarence, 36, of Portugal Street, Bolton, attacked his then-partner at her RAF Valley accommodation.

He threw her against a door and a sink during the attack.

Read the full story here.

Osian Williams

Rhyl Journal: Osian WilliamsOsian Williams (Image: North Wales Police)

Williams, 24, of Bangor Street, Y Felinheli, was caught dealing drugs at a festival on Anglesey, and in possession of drugs at a nightclub in Bangor.

The drugs he was found with included cocaine, ketamine, and MDMA/ecstasy.

Read the full story here.

Robert Pinnington

Rhyl Journal: Robert PinningtonRobert Pinnington (Image: North Wales Police)

Pinnington, 65, of Y Fron, Gwynedd, strangled his wife and told her: “I’m going to f***ing kill you today”.

His wife, fearing for her life, believed him to be intent on killing her, having “never seen him so angry before”.

Read the full story here.