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Thief who stole more than £1k of meat from Lidl and man caught carrying knife and drugs – Grimsby court round-up

A man who stole thousands of pounds’ worth of meat from Lidl, another caught carrying a bladed article and Class A drugs and a whole host of people failing to comply with court orders are among those to appear before magistrates in Grimsby in recent days.

It was a busy week at Grimsby Magistrates’ Court last week, with criminals being handed hefty fines and even some prison sentences after they admitted to their crimes – the most notable of which was a man breaching his community order after he stole meat worth more than £1k from the same supermarket on four separate occasions.

Below are nine cases to appear before magistrates in Grimsby last week.

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Darren Fox, 54, of Healey Road, Scunthorpe admitted breaching the requirements of a community order by failing to attend a planned visit. He was initially handed a 26-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, for stealing meat worth an estimated £1,000 from Lidl in Spalding on one occasion, for stealing meat worth £400 to £600 from the same supermarket on another occasion, and two more occasions in which the value is unknown. He also stole laundry products worth £80 from B&M, trespassed in another retail premises with intent to steal and assaulted a person by beating. His community order was revoked.

Bradley Lofts, 22, of no fixed abode admitted failing to comply with the community requirement of a suspended sentence order by failing to abstain from alcohol and failing to attend a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement appointment. He was initially handed a 12-month prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, for possessing a bladed article and class A drugs. His suspended sentence order was amended.



Grimsby Magistrates Court
Grimsby Magistrates Court

Paul Seward, 59, whose address was not given was sent to prison for 15 days after breaching a Domestic Violence Protection Order for a second time, when he was found inside a prohibited address. He admitted breaching the order.

Damien Baker-Revell, 28, of Healey Road, Scunthorpe had the community requirement of his suspended sentence order revoked after he failed to attend keep in-touch appointments. He was originally handed an 18-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, after he trespassed on a retail premises with the intent to steal on two occasions. He had dishonestly received stolen goods and was in possession of cannabis.

William McPherson Campbell, 43, of no fixed abode admitted failing to comply with the community requirement of a suspended sentence order by not attending induction appointments. He was originally handed a 28-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, for stealing food worth nearly £400 from Tesco in Scunthorpe on four separate occasions within the space of a few days. His suspended sentence was implemented.

Warren Carter, 33, of Canby Road, North Lincolnshire admitted breaching the community requirement of a suspended sentence order by failing to complete unpaid work. He was initially handed the suspended sentence order for driving above the legal alcohol limit. He was handed a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement on top of his 16-week prison sentence, suspended for 18 months. It was determined that his suspended sentence order would continue.

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Paul Forbes, 39, of no fixed abode was sent to prison for seven days after he admitted failing to comply with the supervision requirements imposed upon him following his release from imprisonment by failing to keep in touch with his supervisor, failing to attend PSS appointments and not residing permanently at the address he gave to his supervisor.

Ian Friskney, 45, of Redbourne Road, Grimsby admitted breaching the supervision requirements imposed upon him following his release from imprisonment by failing to keep in touch with his supervisor and failing to attend PSS appointments. He was fined £50.

Umar Arshad, 47, of Rowland Road, Scunthorpe admitted failing to comply with the community requirement of a suspended sentence order by not attending Rehabilitation Activity Requirement appointments. He was fined £100.

Original artice: https://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/all-about/scunthorpe

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