Sean Iceton, 19, who confessed to breaking into 250 homes back in jail 12 WEEKS after his release

One-man crimewave, 19, who confessed to breaking into 250 homes is back in jail 12 WEEKS after his release Sean Iceton, 19, was jailed in 2011 for committing more than 250 burglaries But just 12 weeks after release, he has been convicted for the same crimeTeenager told court he was forced to burgle as he couldn't get a job Iceton was jailed for two years and four months at Leeds Crown Court By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:22 GMT, 28 March 2013 | UPDATED: 10:43 GMT, 29 March 2013 Sean Iceton, who committed 250 burglaries before he was 17, has been jailed weeks after being released from a young offenders institution A teenager who was jailed for breaking into more than 250 homes before he was even 17 has been convicted again for the same crime just weeks after being released from prison. Sean Iceton, 19, was jailed in 2011 after pleading guilty to a vast number of break-ins and stealing goods worth 740,000 while working as part of a 'feral' gang of young criminals. Repentant Iceton even took police officers on a tour of Leeds in West Yorkshire to point out all the properties he had targeted and what he had stolen from them.

One-eyed fugitive Dale Cregan "lured unarmed police officers into trap before opening fire"

One-eyed fugitive Dale Cregan 'lured unarmed police officers into trap before opening fire and throwing grenade at them' Dale Cregan, 29, had 'evaded nationwide manhunt when he set the trap'Cregan is accused of murders of David Short, 46, and his son Mark, 23Also allegedly killed PCs Nicola Hughes, 23, and Fiona Bone, 32, last year he called in a spurious burglary at Abbey Gardens in Hattersley, luring two unarmed police officers to investigate,’ Mr Clarke said. ‘He lay in wait with a Glock firearm with an extended magazine that was fully loaded. Scroll down for videos Deaths: Cregan is accused of killing PCs Fiona Bone (left), 32, and Nicola Hughes (right), 23, and in a gun and grenade attack on September 18 last year 'PC Fiona Bone and PC Nicola Hughes attended.

Murderers and drug dealer to get IVF in prison and you"ll be paying! Criminals using "Human Rights" laws to start a family at…

Murderers and drug dealer to get IVF in prison and you'll be paying! Criminals using European Human Rights laws to start families at taxpayers' expenseMinisters may be powerless to stop demands for treatment because of a ruling by European Court of Human Rights Turning down demands could lead to court action costing tens of thousandsNames and identity of the prisoners are protected but four are murderers and one a drug dealer | UPDATED: 08:27 GMT, 28 December 2012 Four murderers and a drug dealer are in line for taxpayer-funded fertility treatment so that they can father a child from behind bars. The killers are demanding to be allowed to take part in IVF treatment despite serving life sentences.

Robert Peston"s desperate Twitter appeal for return of wife"s 1920s wedding and engagement rings stolen in burglary

Robert Peston's desperate Twitter appeal for return of wife's 1920s wedding and engagement rings stolen in burglaryBusiness Editor tweeted after the raid at his Haringey, London homeRaiders broke into his home between 2pm and 11pm on Wednesday night Novelist Sian was diagnosed with lung cancer nearly five years agoShe died from the illness back in September aged just 51As well as the rings, a laptop with 'sensitive material' was takenPolice believe that Mr Peston may have been targeted because of his jobMr Peston made a desperate plea on Twitter for their return last night | UPDATED: 09:23 GMT, 21 December 2012 BBC business editor Robert Peston has launched an appeal on Twitter for the safe return of his late wife's wedding and engagement rings, which were stolen in a burglary on Wednesday night. Mr Peston’s wife, the author Sian Busby, died aged 51 in September after losing a five-year battle with lung cancer

Reprimand for Judge Peter Bowers who set burglar free

Reprimand for judge who told burglar he needed 'a huge amount of courage' to steal from homes and set him freeJudge Peter Bowers faced criticism from David Cameron over his commentsThe PM said burglars were 'cowards' and their crimes were 'hateful'Serial burglar Richford Rochford burgled three houses in five daysJudge told his remarks were 'offensive' and a serious error of 'judgement' | UPDATED: 16:14 GMT, 4 December 2012 A judge who told a burglar that stealing from homes took 'a huge amount of courage' before setting him free has been formally reprimanded. Judge Peter Bowers admitted he could be pilloried for sparing Richard Rochford from prison at Teesside Crown Court when he made the comment in September.

Dog owner "tried to steal his own pets back from animal shelter when they escaped from his house"

Dog owner 'tried to steal his own pets back from animal shelter when they escaped from his house' Animals mistaken for strays by a dog warden who took them to a shelterAlan Gair was asked to pay a 176 fine to get them back but he refusedIt was claimed that he threatened to return with a baseball batHe was arrested near the shelter at night with a crowbar and hacksaw One of the dogs has been put down for attacking another animal | UPDATED: 18:51 GMT, 2 December 2012 Charged: Alan Gair is to appear in court for allegedly trying to steal his own dogs back from an animal shelter A man who allegedly tried to steal his own dogs back from an animal shelter after they were mistaken for strays is to appear in court. Alan Gair was arrested near the shelter in Newcastle Upon Tyne with a crowbar, hacksaw and a head-torch, five days after his pets were impounded

We cheapen justice at a massive cost

We cheapen justice at a massive cost | UPDATED: 01:41 GMT, 2 December 2012 There is a place for cautions and on-the-spot fines in any criminal justice system. They can be used to close minor cases, and to deal with petty offenders who are prepared to accept a fine rather than costly and time consuming court case

Pair jailed for robbing Malaysian student by posing as Good Samaritans during London Riots are freed as convictions are quashed

Pair jailed for robbing Malaysian student by posing as Good Samaritans during London Riots are freed as convictions are quashedMillions of people watched in horror the CCTV footage of 21-year-old Ashraf Rossli being robbed John Kassongs Kafunda, 23, and Reece Donovan, 25 were jailed for robbing him, but saw their convictions overturned todayMr Rossli had only moments earlier had his jaw shattered by another rioter as he cycled in Barking, east London, in August 2011 | UPDATED: 19:11 GMT, 29 November 2012 Two men who were locked up after they were found guilty of involvement in one of the defining moments of the London riots today had their convictions quashed. Millions of people around the world watched in horror CCTV footage of 21-year-old Ashraf Rossli being robbed by men purporting to be Good Samaritans. Mr Rossli, a Malaysian accountancy student, had only moments earlier had his jaw shattered by another rioter as he cycled in Barking, east London, in August 2011.