HERE are the criminals jailed for the most serious crimes in Worcestershire recently. 


Evesham Journal: JAILED: Tomasz GrzegorczykJAILED: Tomasz Grzegorczyk (Image: West Mercia Police)

Tomasz Grzegorczyk, a man with a lengthy criminal record is back behind bars, after sneaking into a city property and stealing from sleeping victims. 

The 46-year-old's burglary was the fourth he had committed since arriving in the UK in 2014. 

Grzegorczyk, who was drunk, crept into the living room area of the downstairs flats in Court Mews, Farrier Street, where two people were sleeping. 

He stole mobile phones, a Santander bank card, driving licence, and rail card.

Grzegorczyk was jailed for 20 months.


Evesham Journal: JAILED: Dale Thorn has been jailed JAILED: Dale Thorn has been jailed (Image: West Mercia Police)


Dale Thorn was jailed for being part of a knife-wielding gang who threatened to stab a vulnerable person.

The 40-year-old, of Nailers Row, Castle Street, Evesham, with accomplices forced his way into the victim's home in Evesham.

The victim was threatened before the gang stole various items including £15 cash a wallet, Xbox controllers, hair clippers, and a Zippo lighter. 

The judge said he accepted Thorn had not carried the knife but the defendant could have walked away when it was produced.

Thorn was jailed for three years and one month. 


Evesham Journal: JAILED: Daniel ColeJAILED: Daniel Cole (Image: West Mercia Police)

Daniel Cole was jailed at Worcester Crown Court after admitting more than 20 offences including burglary, theft, fraud, and dangerous driving.

The 33-year-old was sentenced at Worcester Crown Court to five years and two months in prison and will be disqualified from driving for four years and seven months once he is released.

Cole, of no fixed abode but formerly of Kidderminster, admitted to committing the offences which took place between 2020 and 2021.


Evesham Journal: JAILED: Lewis IlsleyJAILED: Lewis Ilsley (Image: West Mercia Police)

Prolific criminal Lewis Ilsley is back behind bars.

The 45-year-old admitted burglary and five thefts. 

Ilsley burgled the House Doctor Carpet Warehouse after being released from prison on September 7, and also stole from ASDA, Lidl and Sainsbury's. 

Ilsley was given eight weeks jail time added to the sentence he is already serving. 

Ilsley gained national attention in September 2019 after we reported he stole a collection tin containing £300 of donations to help schoolboy Oscar Saxelby-Lee who was receiving life-saving treatment.