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.
Britain struck a deal with EU countries to send their criminals home. So how many have gone NONESince December 2011 prisoners from within the EU can be forced to serve their sentence in their home countryPrevious government allowed opt outs for Poland and Ireland, the two countries with the most inmates serving time in Britain Meanwhile 38 prisoners were returned to the UK | UPDATED: 23:50 GMT, 25 December 2012 Must change: More foreign prisoners should be sent home to serve their time says Justice Secretary Chris Grayling Britain was hit by a fresh foreign prisoner fiasco last night after it was revealed that a much- trumpeted EU transfer agreement has spectacularly backfired