Four Calderdale men have been jailed for a combined total of nearly eight years for a range of offences, including robbery, assault and cyber crime.
At Bradford Crown Court, Steven Anthony Cuthbert and Robert Gray were each given three years imprisonment for committing a robbery in Halifax.
The Crown Prosecutor in the case was Mr Simon Nicholas Haring and the investigating officer was DC Graham Bennett.
After being convicted at Bradford Crown Court, Christopher John Walsh was jailed for nine months for a Halifax town centre assault.
The Crown Prosecutor in the case was Miss Alisha Kaye and the investigating officer was PC Darren Peave.
At Bradford Crown Court, Anthony Elliott was sent to prison for 10 months having been convicted of cyber crime in Hebden Bridge.
The Crown Prosecutor in the case was Mr Paul Andrew Nicholson and the investigating officer was PC Jonny Turner.