Hastings burglar jailed for three years
Following convictions for burglary and theft in Hastings, Jason Lee Cumber, 48, appeared at Hove Crown Court on Wednesday, 27 June for sentence.
His Honour Judge Paul Tain imposed concurrent sentences of imprisonment totalling three years and ordered Cumber to pay a victim surcharge of £170.
Cumber, unemployed and of no fixed address, was convicted at an earlier hearing on 30 May. An application for a criminal behaviour order has been adjourned until Wednesday, 11 July.
Inspector Aidan Cornwall, of Hastings police, said: "Good work by officers has seen this man brought to justice and currently removed from committing further offences in the community."