Bike thief spared jail

St Helens Star: Heaton appeared before St Helens Magistrates’ Court Heaton appeared before St Helens Magistrates’ Court

A THIEF who stole three bicycles totalling £1,850 has been given a suspended jail sentence.

Anthony Heaton, 24, from Boscoe Crescent in Sutton, admitted the thefts in Newton-le-Willows and St Helens.

Appearing before St Helens Magistrates’ Court, he was sentenced to one month in jail, suspended for two years. He was placed under curfew for 16 weeks when he will be electronically tagged overnight.

Heaton must also attend a Thinking Skills programme.

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6:06pm Mon 10 Mar 14

barrie timpson says...

So basically he was rewarded then.

Rob bikes - receive free education. Here's a thought about stopping him re offending , do we all think he would re offend if he was dismembered or lobotomized?
So basically he was rewarded then. Rob bikes - receive free education. Here's a thought about stopping him re offending , do we all think he would re offend if he was dismembered or lobotomized? barrie timpson
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3:05pm Tue 11 Mar 14

MrBenggo says...

Another fine example of British justice,what a joke,pathetic.
Another fine example of British justice,what a joke,pathetic. MrBenggo
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10:53am Thu 13 Mar 14

kjd161 says...

Thinking skills? Hells teeth. It's enough to make you weep.
Thinking skills? Hells teeth. It's enough to make you weep. kjd161
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