A HAMMER murderer and a killer driver were among those jailed in November.

Cristian Sabou admitted the murder of Valerie Graves in Bosham in 2013.

The 28-year-old was at large in Romania for five years before eventually confessing to his girlfriend and police. He was jailed for life, with a minimum of 24 years.

Meanwhile Joseph Onoyeyasorho, 36, was jailed for dangerous driving after causing the death of Ross Kirk in Falmer Road, Brighton.

Mr Kirk had turned 29 on the day he was killed by Onoyeyasorho, driving on the wrong side of the road.

Meanwhile Philip Scott was sentenced for 28 sexual offences carried out on special needs boys when he was at a school in West Hoathly between 2012 and 2015.

The 24-year-old stood trial at Lewes Crown Court, where he was jailed for a total of 18 years by Judge Janet Waddicor.

Despicable thugs Jason Ashton and Adam Hume distracted a pensioner and stole her handbag in London Road, Brighton.

The duo hatched a plan to take the woman’s handbag and purse, but they were jailed for 22 weeks and 20 weeks respectively.

Meanwhile 29-year-olds Aaron Smith and Lee Mayne appeared in court for their crime spree in Brighton.

They admitted two aggravated burglaries, and were jailed for 16 years.

Troy Pynn was jailed for 28 days for lying about who was driving a car when caught speeding.

Finally Connor Richardson was sentenced to one year and ten months in prison after seducing women online, only to swipe their bank cards and games consoles.