These are the criminals jailed in Nottinghamshire in January - in pictures
These are the faces of the criminals jailed in courts in Nottinghamshire in the past month.
By Louise Cooper
Friday, 1st February 2019, 4:48 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 5:00 pm
Locked up in Jan
This is not a list of all offenders jailed, but of those who have committed the most serious offences when Nottinghamshire Police have deemed it worthy to release their custody photographs to the public.
Christian Jameson, 18, formerly of Kirkbride Court, Chilwell was jailed for 17 years for the murder of Lyrico Steede in Bulwell.
Gamblin, of Harrop White Road, Mansfield, was jailed for 24 weeks after admitting breaching her Criminal Behaviour Order by being in Mansfield town centre.
Lappin,of Corporation Oaks, was jailed for eight years and three months after pleading guilty to Conspiracy to supply Class A drugs
Pickering, of no fixed address, was jailed for a total of six months after admitting a charge of escaping lawful custody, and a charge of assault with intent to resist arrest.
Diraj, of Cleethorpes, was jailed for seven and a half years after being found guilty of robbery and grievous bodily harm. He hit a Basford shop owner over the head with wine bottles, causing him to lose a part of his ear.
Roberts, of Rotherham, admitted burglary, dangerous driving and grievous bodily harm and was jailed for a total of 62 months.
Swanwick, of Acacia Avenue in Carlton, was jailed for seven years and eight months after pleading guilty to Conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
Coyle, of Rosemary Street, Mansfield was jailed for 14 days after pleading guilty to threatening behavior, assault on an emergency worker and violent behavior in a police station.
Dolinski of Newark Court, Nottingham was jailed for 15 months after admitting burglary.
Campbell, of no fixed address, was jailed for life with a minimum term of 21 years for the murder or Lyrico Steede in Bulwell.
Lees, of The Wells Road in Nottingham, was jailed for six years and one month after pleading guilty to Conspiracy to supply Class A drugs
Fletcher, of no fixed abode, was jailed for four and a half years after admitting burglary, attempted burglary, two car thefts, theft from a car and failing to attend a drug assessment.
Neville, of Rotherham, was jailed for a total of 66 months after admitting burglary and dangerous driving.
Robinson, of South Yorkshire was found guilty of five indecent assaults and one count of taking an indecent photograph of a child and jailed for eight years. The offences were committed against boys who lived at a children's home.
Miller-Campbell, 18, formerly of Sneinton Boulevard, was locked up for nine years for the manslaughter of Lyrico Steede in Bulwell.
Wood, of Carlton Street, Mansfield, was jailed for 2 years for stalking, taking a vehicle without the owner's consent, driving without insurance, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, assault by beating and dangerous driving.
Wright, of Queen Street Worksop, admitted theft of a motor vehicle, failing to stop for police, possession of amphetamine and cannabis, driving without a licence and driving without insurance. He was jailed for 38 weeks
Miah, of Little Carter Lane, Mansfield, was jailed for eight years after admitting raping a child under the age of 13
Ahmed, of Halifax, was jailed for eight years and eight months for conspiracy to supply heroin into Nottinghamshire.
John, of Pembroke Court, Nottingham, was jailed for six years and two months after pleading guilty to Conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.