Here are the most serious offenders. This is not a list of all offenders jailed, but of those who have committed serious offences when Cambridgeshire Police have deemed it worthy to release their custody photographs to the public.
Riki McGrath, (29), began a campaign of harassment shortly after his five-and-a-half month relationship had ended in March this year, even threatening to slit his ex-girlfriend's throat. He has been jailed for 31 months.
Nicholas McRae pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary and was sentenced at Cambridge Crown Court to 32 months in prison.
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Shaun Keen was sentenced to 30 months imprisonment for committing an act to pervert the course of justice. He was jailed for a further 12 months for possessing an ID document with intent, to run consecutively with the 30 months.
Craig Macleod, (26), pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply cocaine and MDMA and was sentenced to three years and four months in prison.
Daniel Currell, of Fairfields Crescent, St Ives, admitted being concerned in the supply of cocaine, possession with intent to supply cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of cannabis and was jailed for two years.
John Buckley was sentenced to 16 months imprisonment at Peterborough Crown Court last Thursday after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary and handling stolen goods.
Jamie Howard, (46), of Osborne Road, Wisbech, was sentenced to 14 months imprisonment after pleading guilty to charges of harassment, assault and breaching a restraining order.
David Dwyer, of Park Lane, Peterborough, pleaded guilty to burglary and was sentenced to a year in prison.
Tommy Whitmore, (26), drove his pick-up truck the wrong way down a slip road onto the Frank Perkins Parkway and crashed head-on into a car, killing all three people inside. He has been jailed for eight years and four months.
Connor Street-Williams pleaded guilty to four counts of burglary and the court took a number of other offences into consideration. He was sentenced to 20 months in prison.
Matthew Wright admitted possession of cocaine and heroin with intent to supply, three counts of theft from a shop, two counts of theft, theft of a motor vehicle and making off without payment He was sentenced to 36 months.