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Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Phillip Robert Jones, 34, was sentenced to eight months at Liverpool Magistrates’ Court after stealing thousands of pounds worth of clothing in a one man crime spree.Jones, of Carmarthen Crescent in Toxteth , pleaded guilty to nine shop thefts, two bicycle thefts, assault, failing to attend court and breaching a community order.The court heard Colin Dignam Gill, a loss prevention officer working in the city centre, had been struck in the face when attempting to detain Jones on October 21 last year.Mr Dignam Gill had been informed that notorious thief Jones, who was wanted for thefts from Urban Outfitters, had been spotted near the John Lewis store.A statement from Mr Dignam Gill, read in court, said: “I called for assistance via my radio and approached him. He threw clothing at my face and caught me in the jaw with his hand.”He began to run but turned around and said, ‘if you keep running after me I will stab you’.”Andrew Page, prosecuting, reeled off a lengthy list of thefts from stores in the Liverpool One shopping complex on various dates since May 2015, including John Lewis, TK Maxx, Hollister, The Nike Store, Urban Outfitters and Top Shop.The John Lewis store in Liverpool OneJones, who has 20 convictions for 57 offences, snatched suits, t shirts, cutlery sets, Nike body warmers and other clothing, as well as two bikes worth each.Mr Page said Jones was spotted on CCTV in various shops walking out with armfuls of goods, sometimes returning to the same store more than once in a single day.The total cost of the items exceeded the court heard.Juliana Garay, defending Jones, said her client had struggled with an addiction to heroin and crack cocaine, and had been diagnosed with psychosis and schizophrenia.She said: “The motivation for these thefts was to fund his habit, as in many of these cases. It does not excuse his behaviour but does put it into context.”The court heard Jones was in breach of a community order handed down for going equipped for theft when the offences were committed.Magistrates’ described his record as “appalling” while handing down a 32 week sentence.Read MoreTop news storiesLiverpool FCLuis Garcia Liverpool shouldn’t fear Manchester City in the Champions LeagueChampions League winner Luis Garcia says the Reds have nothing to fear against Manchester City next monthEverton FCHere’s how Everton’s internationals fared on Friday nightThe likes of Cenk Tosun, Seamus Coleman and Oumar Niasse were all in action on Friday nightGrand NationalSeeyouatmidnight back on 2018 Grand National trailSandy Thomson delighted as Aintree hopeful finally has his prep run ahead of trip to Merseyside as he finishes third at NewburyFacebookIs this the ghost of a 17th century soldier caught on camera in St James Cemetery?The eerie picture was captured on a ghost walk in St James CemeteryLiverpool Women’s HospitalPoliceman cheated on girlfriend with midwife who cared for their babyThe mum has explicitly requested we do not name her former partner or her in order to protect the identity of their child.