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STOLE TWO BOTTLES OF WHISKEY


John Charles Robinson (45), of Oronsay Road, Beaumont Leys, pleaded guilty to stealing two bottles of whisky, worth £36, from Sainsbury's, Leicester, on September 13 2014.

He was given a community order, including six months' treatment for drug dependency and attending probation appointments for 12 months. He was ordered to pay £36 compensation. The community order also covered charges of stealing meat joints worth £23 from the Co-op, Leicester, on January 9, slimming pills worth £74.97 from Superdrug, Loughborough, on January 7 and meat, value unknown, from Iceland on January 14.

He was ordered to pay the value of the stolen items, where known, as compensation.

Source: Leicester Mercury

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