Aaron Wilson 24, formerly of Squires Lane, Bulwell, admitted conspiracy to commit burglary and was jailed for two years. He was a driver involved in about 11 burglaries.
James Clarke, 22, formerly of Bells Lane, Aspley, admitted conspiracy to commit burglary. He also asked for 37 offences of burglary or attempted burglary of homes or theft of vehicles to be taken in to account. Jailed for three years.
Ashley Osbourne, 26, of Hartley Road, Nottingham, admitted conspiracy to commit burglary. Involved in about nine burglaries. Jailed for three years and nine months.
Brendan Turley, 27, formerly of Coleby Road, Broxtowe, admitted conspiracy to commit burglary. Jailed for three years and nine months.
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Andrew Wheelhouse, 31, of Mansfield Road, Underwood, admitted conspiracy to commit burglary. Given a 12-month sentence suspended for 12 months. He was ordered to do 200 hours unpaid work.
Matthew Johnson, 26, formerly of Mansfield Road, Blidworth, admitted conspiracy to commit burglary. Jailed for 21 months.
Nikola Oblakovic, 23, of Woburn Close, Leicester, admitted conspiracy to receive stolen goods. Involved in more than a dozen offences. Jailed for three years and seven months.
Issa Ali, 38, also known as Salum Marzouk, 38, and formerly of Station Street West, Coventry, admitted conspiracy to receive stolen goods. Acted as a channel between thieves and exporters. Jailed for three years.
Mark Mansfield, of Tuffleys Way, Thorpe Astley, Leicestershire, admitted conspiracy to receive stolen goods. Jailed for two years.
Alan Mann, 25, of Harwill Crescent, Aspley, admitted conspiracy to receive stolen goods. Given a six-month sentence, suspended for 12 months. He was also ordered to do 180 hours of unpaid work.
Paul McGinlay, 29, formerly of Firbank Court, Chilwell, admitted conspiracy to receive stolen goods. Employed 11 times to make false plates. Jailed for 14 months.
The three other men involved who were already sentenced were:
Matatizo Mkamdawire, 28, formerly of William McKee Close, Coventry, sentenced to six months in prison in October. He admitted a charge of possessing criminal property.
Ashley Charles, 24, and Kyle Morgan, 25, were already given jail terms in August for robbery. Charles, of Squires Avenue, Bulwell, got one year for the burglary conspiracy to run concurrently with a 12-year term for a robbery in Sheffield. Morgan, 25, of Potters Hollow, Bulwell, got 10 years for his part in robberies in Sheffield and Leicester and a year that will run concurrently for the burglary conspiracy.