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They include killers, rapists, paedophiles, illegal drivers, and plenty of other criminals. It's been a busy year for the court system and we've been there every step of the way. They have dealt with everything from horrific murders to a gangster granny, organised crime gangs to sex abusers, fraudsters and drug dealers. Below are hundreds of people who have been jailed in Wales this year. Despite blasting his wife in the head with an air rifle following a furious row she is sticking by him.

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Williams left his wife covered in blood after he shot her with a pellet gun then smashed a bottle of Baileys through a car window. The thief bit a police officer's arm and spat in another officer's face after being arrested. Gibson refused to get out of a police van and had to be carried to a cell he then flooded with water before urinating on the floor of another. The bungling burglar broke into the house of a year-old widow and stole jewellery of "inestimable sentimental value" given to her by her late husband.

Sent to prison for fatally running over Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman's mother when she fell off her bicycle. The year-old was jailed for 30 weeks at Mold Crown Court for causing the death by careless driving of Carol Boardman, The thug pulled the kitchen knife out of his jacket and marched towards the victim shouting: "I'll stab you.

The cruel conmen exploited, bullied, and then burgled a vulnerable pensioner in his 80s after befriending him. Morgan was on the run from police when he went on a month-long burglary spree targeting a day car nursery, factories, a workingmen's club, and commercial units. He stole a car when he realised he didn't have transport back to Cardiff from his girlfriend's house in the Valleys. The young dad was warned he will probably never be able to drive legally again after racking up his third conviction for getting behind the wheel while banned. Shearan — also known as Rhys Buckley — led police on a seven-mile high speed chase which saw him reach speeds of 70mph in a 20mph zone and going through red lights.

When officers swooped Peters drove away in the stolen car and his accomplice Morgan tried to block police with his Transit van. Munteanu targeted a Post Office near Llanelli and a building society in Carmarthen for the scam before heading back home — stopping en route to repeat the trick at a pawnbrokers in Bristol. He was jailed after he was caught carrying a "vicious-looking" knife and a stun gun in a busy entertainment complex.

The trio were jailed for smashing their way into a supermarket using a stolen 4x4 and then helping themselves to bottles of whisky.

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The ram-raid took place in the early hours of Boxing Day while a baker was at work in the premises preparing for the day's trade. The driver knocked down and seriously injured a man walking home from his girlfriend's house then drove away from the scene. The victim was crossing the street in the early hours of the morning when a speeding Daniel Albert William Rees ploughed into him. Dean Pulling, prosecuting, said concerned members of the public called police at lunchtime on November 23 to report a man with a weapon "with the appearance of a dagger" acting strangely on Ynys y Gwas mountain above Cwmavon.

Balatay, who was ly responsible for disciplining people in the military, lost his temper when he thought wife Rachel and daughter Chelsea were not showing him enough respect. The year-old dad kidnapped two students at knifepoint and threatened to slice them up and post the pieces to their parents during a terrifying two-hour ordeal.

He broke into their home in the dead of night before forcing the pair into a car and driving them around while making a series of threats. He later told police he had drunk gin on the night in question and could not remember what he had done.

The year-old was jailed after putting a knife to a woman's throat in a Cardiff nightclub after watching an Anthony Joshua fight. Smail had rented a car to get to work in Bristol but, rather than return it, he loaned the car to Davies. He led police on a car chase which a judge described as the most dangerous driving he had ever seen. They were jailed for their parts in a drugs gang that abducted a boy living in care in London.

They drove him to Swansea to sell heroin and crack cocaine. The year-old was threatened with violence and shipped between a of "crack dens" in the city where he worked as a runner for his masters as part of a county lines drug operation. The dangerous paedophile who abused babies and young children walked into a police station and confessed his crimes.

Swansea Crown Court heard Perry abused both male and female children, with some victims he targeted aged less than six months old. He charged hugely inflated fees to deal with probate and other issues following death — in one case charging 50 times the appropriate fee — and pocketed the cash from his business in Pembrokeshire. The taxi driver used his cab to sell crack to customers and took cocaine to stay awake during long night shifts at the wheel. Love, 27, stalked the woman who was taking photographs on the Trevethick Trail near Merthyr Tydfil.

There were also gangs of London drug dealers who came to south Wales and two people who stole thousands from elderly friends. The three London drug dealers were caught offering 'happy hour' drug deals in Pontypridd and have been jailed for more than 15 years.

Davies' elderly victim has "lost her faith in humanity" after he stole her savings. He broke into the home of a vulnerable couple in their 80s in the weeks before Christmas and stole thousands from them. Former mental health nurse Dewi Thomas was said to be in denial about his attraction to children — but did admit to being addicted to pornography. Swansea Crown Court heard the months of abuse Thomas subject his two young victims to has had a devastating effect on both them and their families.

The year-old was jailed for seven years after officers found thousands of pounds worth of cocaine in a safe at his property in Porthcawl. His ant Joanne Hughes-Bassett, 45, of Porthcawl, received a suspended sentence of 14 months for money laundering. The victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was left feeling suicidal and started to misuse alcohol and drugs as she tried to cope with what Dafydd Clack had done to her.

Westley Atkins went on a "boozing, gambling, drug-taking binge" after the break up and was discovered driving up and down his former partner's street. The brothers from London had laminated business cards made for customers as they ran a drug dealing operation in Cardiff. Police discovered Mahad and Amin Elmi were controlling a year-old boy to help with their county lines drug supply across the city.

This man, who declared himself "the king of Wales", chased a homeless man into a pizza restaurant and tried to stab him in the eyes. Stephen Chink, 49, became abusive and violent towards Patrick Boylan in Cardiff city centre and began punching him. The guns and drugs were recovered when armed officers swooped on a house following a tip-off and were part of a major county lines drug trafficking operation peddling Class A drugs from Liverpool to Wales. He has been jailed after grandmother Barbara Rowe was killed when her car was hit by his lorry on a busy Cardiff road. Mrs Rowe, of Pen-y-Fai, Bridgendsuffered catastrophic injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Morrison was sentenced to four years in prison for being concerned in the supply of heroin and crack in Swansea. He was caught after filming an apparently unconscious addict on his phone and boasted about his heroin being responsible.

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But the year-old dad began selling cocaine when his Portuguese restaurant in Cardiff fell into trouble shortly after it opened. Pina was jailed for three years and must serve half of that in custody before he can be released on licence. The year-old did odd jobs around the house for his friend Joyce Davies, 81, from Nelson, such as cutting the grass and doing the shopping. A football hooligan who was among Aston Villa fans involved in a clash with Cardiff City supporters outside a pub in the Welsh capital has been jailed.

The mum-of-four was jailed for leaving a man with a permanent scar on his forehead after hitting him hard with a 4in stiletto heel on a night out. The single mum, who works for the NHSstruck Adam Welch with her silver shoe and left him bleeding after he told her to walk away from an argument.

This wanted man was found in a portable toilet on a roide by a police sniffer dog after going on the run for two days. Michael Holpin managed to escape from the back of a police car through a window while wearing handcuffs after failing to convince police officers he was his twin brother. The former primary school head teacher kicked and punched his wife who had stood by him throughout a crown court trial for sexually assaulting another woman. Thomas, who used to work at Glan-Yr-Afon Primary School in Cardiffleft his wife Donna Thomas covered in bruises after kicking her back and punching her in the face.

A driving instructor had a knife held to his throat and his cars stolen in a bizarre bedroom robbery. The man who wielded the weapon remains at large - but this trio who came across the incident and decided to in have been sent to prison. A primary school pupil clawed open the doors of a shop to get away from the flasher who exposed himself to her. The dad-of-two taught himself how to grow cannabis in his attic by watching instructional videos on YouTube and bought all the necessary equipment on eBay.

Warren also enrolled on an electrical course so he could learn how to wire up appropriate heat lamps, fans, and a watering system deed to keep the plants healthy. Tyson was drunk when he went into the Swansea convenience store wearing a ski mask and armed with a large chisel in a bag which he pointed at the shopkeeper and claimed was a gun. This man drank 10 pints before getting the wheel and ignored pleas to slow down before a crash which killed one of his passengers.

Lee Hillier was driving a Seat Leon on the A near Hengoed on January 11,when he lost control of the car, crossed the road and hit an oncoming Volkswagen van. Towells was jailed and banned from keeping animals for 10 years after he was caught on CCTV throwing two rabbits into a grass verge before driving off. He was also prosecuted by Rhondda Cynon Taf council for fly-tpping, after leaving a rabbit hutch at the location but was caught on privately-owned CCTV. The year-old was jailed for six years at Caernarfon Crown Court after pleading guilty to causing death by dangerous driving, drink-driving and drug-driving, as well as failing to stop following a crash and failing to report it.

The sexual predator who used his job as a magician to abuse young boys was handed an extra five years in prison after another victim came forward following his original court appearance. In children's entertainer Mark Richard Davis was jailed for 14 years for a series of offences carried out against schoolboys in the s and s in Cardiff. The drink-driver narrowly avoided a head-on crash as he sped the wrong way around a roundabout while being chased by police at night. The year-old accelerated to more than twice the speed limit when he saw blue flashing lights behind him but the chase ended when he smashed into a parked van.

The paedophile made repeated visits to his local library so he could loiter around the children's section and become aroused. Nailly Edwards would spend an hour or two in the library before going somewhere quiet to pleasure himself. Neil James grabbed one neighbour by the neck then threatened his family with weapons when they confronted him and slashed another man across the chest with a blade.

The intoxicated patient assaulted and threatened three members of staff who were trying to save his life. Mayberry kicked out, repeatedly spat at medics, and grabbed one by the throat as they tried to treat him. The year-old thought the girl was at secondary school but made arrangements to buy condoms, pick her up from the station, and take her back to his home.

Sophie Baker tried to get 33 buprenorphine tablets past security at HM Parc Prison in Bridgend when she went to see Joss, who was serving an eight-year extended sentence. The courier had a stash of drugs hidden in body but was recovered by police when they put him on a 'glass toilet'. A builder has been left with permanent scarring on his face after he had a glass smashed over his head during a completely unprovoked attack.

Lewys Hopkins was enjoying a night out with a group of friends in Cardiff city centre when James Webley struck him out of the blue, leaving him needing 40 stitches. The "erratic" driver hit speeds of 85mph in a 30mph zone and drove on the wrong side of the road. A marked police patrol on the A spotted Berry's Citroen Berlingo at around 10pm on June 26 last year. Prosecutor Simon Rogers told how the officer put on his blue lights and followed but the year-old failed to stop, kept changing indications, and was veering from lane to lane.

The car dealership owner crashed into a taxi full of passengers after running a red light at more than twice the speed limit. Daniel Duggan, 22, ploughed into the taxi at more than 70mph and left a of people with serious injuries. Anthony Evans caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to a specially-adapted mobility vehicle. Evans was jailed for 12 months and disqualified from driving for three years from the time of his release.

The criminals locked up during March included three men who killed a father-to-be in a what was described in court as a "brutal murder", a mum whose daughter drowned in the bath while she was on the phone, and a man who killed killer by stabbing him 26 times with a screwdriver. He was jailed for life for the brutal murder of child killer David Gaut, who was stabbed 26 times with a screwdriver after neighbours discovered the truth about his past.

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