Jail warning for man who stole scratch cards from shops

St Helens Star: Jail warning for man who stole scratch cards from shops Jail warning for man who stole scratch cards from shops

A YOUNG man has been warned he faces a prison sentence after admitting robbery and burglary.

Philip Guy pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to robbing Patricia Highcock of a quantity of scratch cards on March 18 at Jay's Mini Mart in Wythburn Crescent, Carr Mill.

He denied another offence involving robbing a quantity of cash from Leanne Highcock at the same premises five days earlier but instead admitted burglary.

Guy, 21, of Green Leach Court, Haresfinch who has no similar robbery convictions, was told by Judge Denis Watson, QC: "These are serious matters and a custodial sentence is inevitable."

He was further remanded in custody to await sentence on July 7.

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8:56pm Fri 13 Jun 14

cyke27 says...

no robbery convictions but plenty of theft and burglary convictions!! including thefts off hes own family... scumbag
no robbery convictions but plenty of theft and burglary convictions!! including thefts off hes own family... scumbag cyke27
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4:24pm Sat 14 Jun 14

MrBenggo says...

"jail warning"
Who goes to jail now a days,they may as well shut 90% of the prisons as hardly anyone is sent there.
"jail warning" Who goes to jail now a days,they may as well shut 90% of the prisons as hardly anyone is sent there. MrBenggo
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