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Friday, 10 February 2012

"Safe Jersey - 'The Big Society' - In Action"

Jersey man with more than 100 convictions jailed

Daniel James Vibert  
Daniel James Vibert, 20, was sentenced to three years in prison

A man was jailed after pleading guilty to 18 counts of break and entry and attempted break and entry in Jersey.
Daniel James Vibert also admitted receiving stolen goods, possession of class B drugs and four other theft-related charges.

Jersey Police said all occurred between February and October 2011.
It said the island's Royal Court heard how he had committed his first offence at the age of 10 and had had more than 100 convictions since.

The 20-year-old was sentenced to three years in prison.
Ch Insp Alison Fossey said: "There are a small number of people responsible for most of the break-ins on the island and through Operation Hornet, which we launched last month, we are working to bring that handful of people to justice."


  1. Hang on... I thought convictions before the age of 17 were not supposed to be bought up? At 10 you do not even have criminal responsibility... so another flagrant breach of the law by the Courts

  2. So, one young boy does a few break ins, steals bikes and outboard motors, gets caught and makes the front page as a, one man crime spree. Well, what a success for the police. Now, if they could apply the same efficiency to prosecuting other criminals, such as corrupt tow truck business men,his oligarchy masters, and child abusing cohorts, they would really be making a difference.