Portsmouth Bully Boy and ASBO King Gary Saunders Back in Jail

portsmouth bully boy and asbo king gary saunders back in jail

Portsmouth thug Gary Saunders is back behind bars.
Saunders, 57, of Portland Street, Portsea, was jailed for eight weeks after admitting to breaching one of his ASBOs. He was spared jail by Magistrates last May despite breaching the same ASBO three times.
He was jailed for eight weeks at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court after being found guilty causing harassment, alarm and distress on 25th July this year.
Saunders further admitted theft of food worth £11.48 from Co-op in Southsea on 27th June, for which he received four weeks to run concurrently.
Saunders also admitted failing to surrender to custody at Court on 15th August.
He also received a further two concurrent four-week terms for breaching a conditional discharge for theft of perfume from Boots on 27th April, and theft of a bike on 18th May. He further admitted to driving without a licence or insurance on 8th August. in Cottage View, Portsmouth.
The latest court appearances are the latest in a long line of convictions for Saunders who has almost 300 criminal offences to his name. The thug has bullied and threatened members of the public across Portsmouth for years, intimidating them into handing over goods or cash.
Last October Portsmouth Coroner’s Court linked Saunders to the suspicious death of Christina Jewell in Handsworth House, Somerstown.
The bully will be back out on the streets of Portsmouth in mid-September after serving half of the eight week sentance.