Here are the faces of some of the criminals sent to jail in Wales last month
These are some of the convicts who were jailed throughout Wales during February.
They include vicious murderers, a driver who caused the death of a much-loved great-great-grandmother, and a trusted accounts clerk who stole more than 330,000 from a building company.
The despicable double killer was jailed for a minimum of 23 years for the savage murders of his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend in Cardiffs Queen Street.
The 21-year-old was jailed for life after he admitted stabbing ex-girlfriend Zoe Morgan and her new partner Lee Simmons to death.
The pub chef was jailed for a minimum of 18 years for beating his girlfriend to death.
The 24-year-old was found guilty by a jury following a two-week trial of beating his partner Xixi Bi to death at their flat in Ely Road inLlandaffCardiff, on August 19 last year.
The careless driver who caused the death of a great-great-grandmother had previously been before the courts for more than 50 motoring offences.
He was jailed after admitting causing the death of 80-year-old Tydfil Jenkins inMaesteg.
The 50-year-old was jailed for causing an explosion at a house inNewportin an attempt to kill himself.
He tried to blow up his bedsit up on his birthday after suffering from chronic depression for half of his life.
Streaming a case atCardiff Crown Courtusing Facebook Live landed this man in prison.
Davies was sitting in the public gallery when he started to stream a person giving evidence in a dangerous driving trial.
The 22-year-old kicked his best friend in the head and left him lying unconscious in the road where he was hit by a car in what was described in court as a callous act.
Victim Connor Mockridge, 19, suffered a shattered pelvis and had to undergo surgery and use a wheelchair for 12 weeks.
The particularly violent DJ, who brutally hacked off a drug dealers finger then posted it on Snapchat, was jailed for 14 years in February.
Malachi Halstead known as DJ Madskie and Madman drove Teerath Mann to a graveyard and chopped off his finger after suspecting he was stealing from him.
The pair were jailed after unknowingly selling more than 100,000 worth of stolen cars to undercover police officers.
Cronin, 41, and Gordon, 28, both from Cardiff, were working at the top level of a criminal network and were behind a campaign that saw luxury cars stolen from driveways.
The shoplifter repeatedly stabbed a security guard in the arm with a screwdriver after he was stopped trying to steal nearly 700 worth of toiletries from a Cardiff Boots store.
The trusted accounts clerk stole more than 330,000 from a building company to pay for her online gambling habit.
Cardiff Crown Court heard how Beverley Pearce, 54, paid herself up to five times a month from the company accounts.
Pearce began secretly transferring funds to herself in 2011 and carried on for five years.
The wealthy property developer invented fictional tenants to take the blame for his speeding tickets after he was caught going over the limit seven times in luxury sports cars.
He was caught driving his Jaguar at more than twice the speed limit on the A48 but blamed the offence on made-up Nick Jones fromTonyrefail. His lies resulted in a jail sentence.
The pair were jailed after they reversed into a police car before leading officers on a high-speed chase while throwing e out of their car windows along the way.
At their sentencing Cardiff Crown Court heard David Perry and Jerome Nunes had hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of drugs in the car as they fled desperately trying to dispose of the evidence along the way.
The remorseless pervert who used a search engine to look for images of incest was jailed for making and distributing images of child abuse.
Lee Callaghan, 45, from Stow Park Avenue inNewport, admitted making 10 indecent images of children and sending eight indecent images to other people.
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The drugs gang members tried to blockade themselves into a flat before escaping through a first-floor window as police officers sawed through a door.
Cardiff Crown Court heard police executed a warrant at the flat in Broadmead Park,Newport, at around 11am on August 2 last year, finding thousands of pounds of Class A drugs.
The London man was jailed for 21 years for 11 historic sexual offences against children, including rape, which he committed while living in south Wales.
Ian James Walters, who lives in Barking, was sentenced following a trial atNewport Crown Courtat the start of the month.
The teenager broke into a single mums home inCardiffand stole cash, banks cards, and keys before driving off in her car.
Jordan Crosby, 18, was sent to a young offender institution after admitting a string of offences including burglary, theft, fraud, driving while disqualified, and failing to surrender to custody.
The 45-year-old, from Barmouth, was jailed for 18 months for headbutting a man in an attack that left his victim with a blood clot that could have been fatal.
The ex-soldier was jailed for two and a half years after being caught selling drugs in a car park. The court heard he dealt e to pay off drug debt as he struggled with civilian life.
He was jailed for more than four years after driving at lunatic speeds of more than 120mph while being chased by police following a burglary.
The 38-year-old career criminal was jailed for more than four years after he turned into a one-man crime wave last summer.
He admitted two burglaries and an attempted burglary at hotels in theTrearddur Bayarea, as well as a nearby holiday home burglary.
Smith bit his former partner on the nose in a terrifying attack then brandished two kitchen knives in a stand-off with police.
During the stand-off Smith suggested that someone would die that night either himself, his former partner, or one of the police officers.
The thief was jailed for stealing a mobile phone from a sleeping train passenger.
The 30-year-old, of Llandygai Road,Bangor, took the phone while on a service between Chester and North Wales in December last year.
The sex beast who raped a young girl was jailed for 13 years.
Davies had denied sexually assaulting the youngster over a period of several years.
The sex attacker who challenged police to come and find me while he was on the run was finally caught after a game of cat and mouse.
Wilcock sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl when she got on to an empty train carriage atPrestatynlast February.
The predatory paedophile was jailed for four years atCaernarfon Crown Courtafter being convicted of historic sexual assaults on two young boys at aGwyneddholiday park.
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