Avon and Somerset Police are welcoming the conviction of a prolific burglar from Bristol.
41 year old Paul Grady was sentenced to four years in prison for breaking into a house in Cotham in August. He had a further nine burglaries taken into consideration.
However, because he pleaded guilty and promised to conform to a drugs rehabilitation plan, his sentence has been reduced to three years.
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