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A Smallthorne man has been jailed for nine years and two months after pleading guilty to a robbery in Burslem.
Gareth Cristini, formerly of Baden Road, pleaded guilty to robbing a couple in Burslem, on 20 January.
The 41-year-old also pleaded guilty to possessing a knife in the same incident, where he took £220.
He also admitted a burglary in Biddulph Road, Fegg Hayes, on 8 December last year, where he took electrical items and money, and a VW Caddy without consent.
He also pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and driving without insurance and a licence.
Ds Andy Durber, of Staffordshire Police, said: “We’re pleased that Cristini has been sentenced. These were distressing incidents for Cristini’s victims.”
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