RIOTER Troy Clack is behind bars after being brought to justice for his role in Gloucester's night of shame.
Clack, 20, now of Laundry Road in Southampton, was given a total of two years and four months in jail on three separate charges relating to his actions when violence broke out in the city on August 9, 2011.
He was given the same sentence again, to run concurrently, for his part in a nationwide drug ring with seven other defendants too.
They were dealt with at Newport Crown Court yesterday.
It has been more than a year since Clack admitted charges of assaulting a bystander causing actual bodily harm, criminal damage for smashing a shop window and violent disorder.
Clack is the 20th person to have been convicted of an involvement in the violent outbreaks in Gloucester, which occurred amid mass riots in other major UK cities that summer.