Burglar Jordan White hopes for clean slate after prison sentence for more than 30 crimes around Gloucester
BURGLAR Jordon White has admitted to 29 crimes, along with two burglaries, in the hope he can come out of prison with a clean slate.
Gloucester Crown Court heard the 22-year-old told police about nearly 30 other offences he had committed when he was caught for two burglaries in the city.
Prosecutor Paul Cook said White broke into a home on Tredworth Road on July 12, 2012 and stole a TV, laptop and a purse.
On September 12 he burgled a garage on the exclusive Horseshoe Drive stealing cans of cider, along with three racing bikes worth £5,000.
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Mr Cook said his fingerprints were found in the Tredworth Road home, while his DNA was on the cans of booze.
He said the 29 other offences he asked the court to consider included four other burglaries and 25 other offences.
Defending Jason Coulter said: "In addition to pleading guilty he made it clear to the police he would like to talk to them about other matters last year. He has been unstable from an accommodation point of view and most of the offending has come from his inability to live stably.
"He has been stealing to keep his body and soul together.
"It is a sad history with regards to his childhood and adult years. He has lacked a positive role models and that has affected him."
Judge William Hart sent White to jail for two years.
He said: "Clearly he wants to come out with nothing hanging over him and wants to wipe the slate clean.
"You are 22 years old and you had a disruptive background.
"Your record is an unattractive one and they show an established pattern of offending."