Ashley William Sherred, 27 of no fixed abode in Salisbury, appeared at Salisbury Crown Court on August 16 and pleaded guilty to numerous offences. As a prolific offender in Salisbury, he was sentenced to four years and eight months in prison, and disqualified from driving for two years and four months.
The offences, on two days in October, 2018, and May, 2019 included some committed in nearby villages as well as the city centre and outlying areas.
Sherred was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge.
Inspector Pete Sparrow said: “Sherred is an opportunist career criminal who has no regard for the victims of his crimes and the impact of his actions.
“The sentence reflects the gravity of his continued offending behaviour and I would like to commend the Community Policing Team for their determination to bring Sherred before the courts and get justice for his many victims.”