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Brought to justice - working in partnership with the Crown Prosecution Service

Brought to Justice is a partnership formed between Essex Police and the Crown Prosecution Service in Essex to tell you about those found guilty and sentenced to terms of imprisonment at crown court.

Adults given custodial sentences of a year or more at a crown court in Essex will have their name, photograph and details of the crime they committed published on both the Essex Police and Crown Prosecution Service websites.

This information is made available for a limited period in order to promote the openness, transparency and accountability of the criminal justice system to the people it serves. This information is made available solely on the basis that it is for the individual use of the person who has accessed this page. The information on this page must not be stored, recorded, republished, or otherwise processed without the explicit agreement of Essex Police.

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Man jailed following business burglary in Dumow

Man jailed following business burglary in Dumow

Phillip Pardoe, 32, of The Hyde Langdon Hills, received three years for burglary and three years for theft, to run concurrently, at Chelmsford Crown Court. on Friday, September 7. He was previously found guilty of the burglary offence on Monday, July 16.

  • 10 Sep 2018
  • Braintree & Uttlesford
Man jailed for hacking iCloud accounts

Man jailed for hacking iCloud accounts

A man has been jailed for eight months after hacking into 30 people’s iCloud accounts before taking their private photographs and sharing them on online.

  • 31 Aug 2018
Man who breached community behaviour order jailed for 20 months

Man who breached community behaviour order jailed for 20 months

Callum O’Brien, 24, of Bourne Avenue, received four months for breaching a community behaviour order, eight months for handling stolen goods and eight months for activating a suspended sentence, all to run concurrently. He received no separate penalty for possession of cannabis.

  • 17 Aug 2018
  • Basildon

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