Eighteen people have been jailed for a combined total of 83 years and five months for their part in the Mayhill riot.
All were convicted of rioting following the disorder in Mayhill on the 20th May last year.
The following sentences were handed down at Swansea Crown Court:
Christopher Munslow, three years and six months;
William Smolden, three years and six months;
Kieran Smith, four years;
Joshua Cullen, five years and six months;
Connor Beddows, four years and three months;
Lewis James, five years;
Niamh Cullen, two years and eight months;
Kian Hurley, six years, nine months;
Michael Parsons, six years and three months;
Mitchell Meredith, five years, four months;
Jahanzaib Malik, four years;
Ryan Owen, four years;
Dean Price, five years, six months;
Tyrone Langan, five years and three months;
Aaron Phillips, six years and three months;
Ryan Sarsfield, four years;
Paul Jones, four years and six months;
Keiron Argent, three years and two months.
Three more people are due to be sentenced for their part in the disorder tomorrow (Tuesday, December 20).
Detective Inspector Gareth Jones said: “This was violence of an extreme nature and was a calculated defiance of the law and a deliberate attack on the police that attended.
“The numbers involved caused real fear to the local residents who witnessed the events or whose property was damaged during the course of the disorder.
“Several factors have contributed to the success of this investigation and prosecution. Members of the public made witness statements and many more sent us mobile phone or door cam footage.
“The investigation that followed was thorough and meticulous and resulted in the evidence being presented in a way that compelled the court to convict these individuals.
“The sentences handed out to these individuals reflect the severity of what they did last May. They joined together, armed with weapons, sticks and bricks and spared no thought for residents or the potentially fatal consequences that could have occurred.
“I am pleased to say that justice has been served and I hope the sentences issued today will give those who were intent on being part of the disorder plenty of time to reflect on what they did.”