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LUKASZ TARASIEWICZ PLEADS GUILTY TO STEALING FROM SHOPS


Lukasz Tarasiewicz pleads guilty to stealing from shops.

Lukasz Tarasiewicz (30), of Ibsley Way, Glen Parva, pleaded guilty to stealing groceries and alcohol worth £13.06 from the Co-Op, Leicester, on May 28. He was discharged conditionally for 12 months and ordered to pay a £150 criminal courts charge. Tarasiewicz also pleaded guilty to stealing groceries and alcohol worth £29.28 from the Co-Op, Leicester, on May 24. He was ordered to pay £29.28 compensation. He pleaded guilty to stealing more groceries and alcohol, again from the Co-Op, on May 25, worth £6.78, for which he was ordered to pay £6.78 compensation and discharged conditionally for 12 months.

Details from Leicester City Magistrates Court List

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