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

Gareth Kells

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Kells, 41, of Pentre Uchaf, Bontnewydd, was jailed after bringing a baseball bat and a knife into a pub.

He had been drinking at the Newborough Arms in Bontnewydd when he became involved in an altercation, before leaving, then returning with the weapons.

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Paul Davis

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Davis, 76, of Ty Newydd Bail Hostel, Bangor, breached his sexual harm prevention order by accessing a phone with internet and trying to create a Facebook account under a fake name.

He had previously been convicted of sexual assault of a child, engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child, and possession of extreme pornographic images.

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Aaron Whittley

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Whittley, 36, of Ewloe Drive, Llandudno, left another person unconscious and bleeding from his head after a fight in a pub in the town.

He threw a table and a bar stool at the victim, hitting him in the head with both.

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Lewis Thomas

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Thomas, 29, of East Parade, Rhyl, stole tools from a former employer of his.

He claimed he was owed money by him for previous work, but the court that this, in fact, was not the case.

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Robert Hill

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Hill, 23, of Woodland Road East, Colwyn Bay, came to a pub brandishing a large knife in each hand while “very drunk”.

He banged on the pub windows and shouted to a man: "Come outside or I'll smash the f****** windows."

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Jamie Warner

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Warner, 34, of Market Street, Holyhead, was jailed for persistent domestic abuse against his partner.

He verbally abused and threatened her, and each time she tried to end the relationship, she received texts and messages from him accusing her of being with other men.

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Guy Billington

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Billington, 34, of Maes Aled, Llansannan, threw bleach at his partner’s face after physically attacking her.

The incident began after the victim told Billington she was leaving him.

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