THESE are the faces of eight people who were given prison sentences last month.

The Bolton News: Antuanne ElsonAntuanne ElsonANTUANNE ELSON was jailed for 32 months after, wearing a mask, he walked into the Overdraught bar in Radcliffe and threatened the landlord with an imitation gun. Elson, aged 34, of New Church Walk, Radcliffe, was caught after his distinctive gold tooth was spotted.

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The Bolton News: Rio Wilson-HeyesRio Wilson-HeyesRIO WILSON-HEYES, aged 22, was described as a promising footballer who played semi-professionally. But Wilson Heyes, of Chartwell Close, Salford, was jailed for 15 months after taking part in a burglary and crashing the getaway van into a taxi on St Peter's Way, Bolton.

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The Bolton News: Owen Lawrence & Paul McDonaghOwen Lawrence & Paul McDonaghOWEN LAWRENCE and PAUL MCDONAGH, who are cousins, were each jailed for two years for burglary after they targeted a vulnerable man and stripped his home of possessions. Lawrence, aged 40, of Edgar Street, Ramsbottom, and McDonagh, 36, of no fixed address, had intimidated the man for weeks, demanding he give them money for drugs.

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The Bolton News: Brandon JacksonBrandon JacksonBRANDON JACKSON was sentenced to 20 months in prison after admitting attacking his former partner with a crowbar at her home in Little Hulton. Jackson, aged 30, of Bay Street, Rochdale, had been trying to break into the property.

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The Bolton News: Ryan BibbyRyan BibbyRYAN Bibby attacked the mother of his baby son just hour's after they had celebrated his first birthday at her Radcliffe home. Bibby, aged of Nall Street, Manchester, was sentenced to 15 months in prison.

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The Bolton News: Tabassam AnwarTabassam AnwarTABASSAM ANWAR, ignored the coronavirus lockdown and attacked his former partner, pulling a chunk if her hair out after visiting her home in Kearsley. Anwar, of Thomas Holden Street, Bolton, was jailed for 16 months.

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The Bolton News: Mark GoodramMark GoodramMARK GOODRAM is serving a 25 month prison sentence after he headbutted his girlfriend and then, while in custody, bombarded her with letters and phone calls demanding she lie to police about what happened. Goodram, aged 37, of Rowena Street, Bolton, who last year had his £4 million lottery claim turned down because his scratchcard was bought with a suspected stolen debit card, even offered the woman cash from his "winnings".

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