Latest rogues' gallery of jailed Hartlepool criminals

These are the latest criminals from the Hartlepool area to be locked up by the courts.

Saturday, 3rd April 2021, 2:56 pm
Some of the criminals from the Hartlepool area who have recently started jail sentences.

Unless otherwise stated, they are all from Hartlepool and were jailed after pleading guilty at Teesside Crown Court to offences. Our previous rogues’ gallery of jailed criminals from the area is available here.

Donoghue, 47, of Wynyard Mews, Hartlepool, was jailed for 16 months after unlawful wounding and affray on September 22, 2019.
Harll, 33, of Cranwell Road, Hartlepool, was jailed for six years and three months after admitting causing grievous bodily harm with intent and actual bodily harm on August 30.

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Marku, 25, of Maxwell Road, West Drayton, London, was jailed for 19 years after he was convicted of the manslaughter of Hemawand Ali Hussein in Hartlepool on September 14, 2019.
Pirija, 33, of Trillo Avenue, Bolton, was jailed for 19 years after he was convicted of the manslaughter of Hemawand Ali Hussein in Hartlepool on September 14, 2019.
Power, 41, of no fixed address, was jailed for two years and eight months after admitting to counts of fraud by false representation and one count of committing burglary in Hartlepool.
Saffari, 39, of Park Lane, Middlesbrough, was jailed for 15 years after he was convicted of the manslaughter of Hemawand Ali Hussein in Hartlepool on September 14, 2019.
Wallace, 49, of Sheriff Street, Hartlepool, was jailed for four years and 20 weeks after admitting three counts of causing actual bodily harm and one each of criminal damage and assault.
Youll, 43, of Wynyard Mews, Hartlepool, was jailed for 16 months after admitting unlawful wounding and affray on September 22, 2019.
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