Teenager accused of Blackberry theft

St Helens Star: Teenager accused of Blackberry theft Teenager accused of Blackberry theft

A 17-YEAR-OLD boy has been charged with stealing a Blackberry mobile phone in Newton-le-Willows.

The teenager, from Sutton, pleaded not guilty to the charge at St Helens Magistrates’ Court.

Bail conditions mean the defendant, who cannot be named because of his age, is on a curfew, which mean he must be at his home address between 9pm and 7am.

He will next appear in court on Monday, January 8.

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8:30am Sun 6 Jan 13

itme says...

"Newsnight" seems to have missed this story .
"Newsnight" seems to have missed this story . itme
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10:55am Sun 6 Jan 13

the dr who says...

come on don't be cruel, this was the highlight of the week for the Star, its a story about someone who cant be named who has to stay at home wherever that is between 9pm and 7am. I was riveted to my chair.
come on don't be cruel, this was the highlight of the week for the Star, its a story about someone who cant be named who has to stay at home wherever that is between 9pm and 7am. I was riveted to my chair. the dr who
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2:59pm Sun 6 Jan 13

jumper says...

If he can spell it good if he can't and he is guilty make him collect a ton that's a start
If he can spell it good if he can't and he is guilty make him collect a ton that's a start jumper
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5:19pm Sun 6 Jan 13

smith&weston says...

If 16 is the age of consent, it's high time we stopped the courts from with holding the names of people over that age.
If 16 is the age of consent, it's high time we stopped the courts from with holding the names of people over that age. smith&weston
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7:45pm Sun 6 Jan 13

widnesman says...

itme wrote:
"Newsnight" seems to have missed this story .
To true!
All this fuss over stolen fruit!!
[quote][p][bold]itme[/bold] wrote: "Newsnight" seems to have missed this story .[/p][/quote]To true! All this fuss over stolen fruit!! widnesman
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