Mohammed Islam caught burgling Southampton home on video

Daily Echo: Mohammed Islam is caught on camera looking through the window Mohammed Islam is caught on camera looking through the window

EVERY picture tells a story, none more so when intruders were caught on camera.

Fed up at being previously burgled Mark Avery installed his own close circuit television camera in the living room at his Southampton house.

And his initiative bore fruit.

Out one morning he got a tip off that two people were acting strangely in his back garden.

When he returned to his home in Beechwood Gardens he quickly and painfully found out why.

Mohammed Prince Islam and a teenager had used a crowbar to smash their way in through a glass door and snatched a Playstation and electronic games as well as a computer.

But he had the vital proof on film and both intruders were charged with burglary.

However, Islam still pleaded his innocence when his case was heard at the city crown court in July.

He was then convicted and bailed for sentence the following month.

However, he failed to turn up for the next hearing and a bench warrant was issued for his arrest.

Mr Avery played the major role in that, too.

He spotted the fugitive working in a shop in Southampton and told the police, who duly arrested him.

Now the 26-year-old, from Fritham Road, Harefield, has begun a 30- month prison sentence.

Judge Peter Ralls QC heard he was on a community order for drugs offending when he broke into the house and stole the items valued at about £800.

“This was a targeted attack,” said the judge, passing sentence. “The victim had been subjected to two previous burglaries. He had been upset and concerned about the way people had broken into his property.

“Burglary is always unpleasant for a victim and I am satisfied this was deliberately carried out by you with planning and organisation.

An immediate custodial sentence is the only appropriate penalty.”

In mitigation Sarah Jones said Islam had not re-offended in the interim, had been working and now intended to lead a law abiding life.

She claimed he had twice tried to hand himself in at the police station but he could not be arrested because there were not enough people to deal with him.

The court heard Islam’s 16-year-old co-accused pleaded guilty to the burglary before the city’s Youth Court and received a referral order.

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9:41am Wed 2 Jan 13

ameliaS says...

Why do these menaces get bail? especially when the victim had to virtually catch him on his own. When sentenced "immediate custodial penalty" - kind of respite care for his victims who can relax for a few weeks.
Why do these menaces get bail? especially when the victim had to virtually catch him on his own. When sentenced "immediate custodial penalty" - kind of respite care for his victims who can relax for a few weeks. ameliaS
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9:46am Wed 2 Jan 13

solents says...

"In mitigation Sarah Jones said Islam had not re-offended in the interim, had been working and now intended to lead a law abiding life."

Oh really - so why is that 'in mitigation' I wonder?

"She claimed he had twice tried to hand himself in at the police station but he could not be arrested because there were not enough people to deal with him."

Oh really again - that is just completely unbelievable.

How could this guy plead innocent? He was bang to rights on film.

So he was bailed and did not show up. Why did it have to be the victim of the burglary to point out to the Police where this guy could be found?

At least he got a custodial sentence for his crime - but how long will he really be serving before he is freed?
"In mitigation Sarah Jones said Islam had not re-offended in the interim, had been working and now intended to lead a law abiding life." Oh really - so why is that 'in mitigation' I wonder? "She claimed he had twice tried to hand himself in at the police station but he could not be arrested because there were not enough people to deal with him." Oh really again - that is just completely unbelievable. How could this guy plead innocent? He was bang to rights on film. So he was bailed and did not show up. Why did it have to be the victim of the burglary to point out to the Police where this guy could be found? At least he got a custodial sentence for his crime - but how long will he really be serving before he is freed? solents
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9:51am Wed 2 Jan 13

Linesman says...

solents wrote:
"In mitigation Sarah Jones said Islam had not re-offended in the interim, had been working and now intended to lead a law abiding life."

Oh really - so why is that 'in mitigation' I wonder?

"She claimed he had twice tried to hand himself in at the police station but he could not be arrested because there were not enough people to deal with him."

Oh really again - that is just completely unbelievable.

How could this guy plead innocent? He was bang to rights on film.

So he was bailed and did not show up. Why did it have to be the victim of the burglary to point out to the Police where this guy could be found?

At least he got a custodial sentence for his crime - but how long will he really be serving before he is freed?
Not enough people to deal with him.

Another example of the results of government cuts to police funding?

No wonder statistics say that crime has been reduced. People do not bother to report crimes because they know there are not enough police to deal with it.
[quote][p][bold]solents[/bold] wrote: "In mitigation Sarah Jones said Islam had not re-offended in the interim, had been working and now intended to lead a law abiding life." Oh really - so why is that 'in mitigation' I wonder? "She claimed he had twice tried to hand himself in at the police station but he could not be arrested because there were not enough people to deal with him." Oh really again - that is just completely unbelievable. How could this guy plead innocent? He was bang to rights on film. So he was bailed and did not show up. Why did it have to be the victim of the burglary to point out to the Police where this guy could be found? At least he got a custodial sentence for his crime - but how long will he really be serving before he is freed?[/p][/quote]Not enough people to deal with him. Another example of the results of government cuts to police funding? No wonder statistics say that crime has been reduced. People do not bother to report crimes because they know there are not enough police to deal with it. Linesman
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10:32am Wed 2 Jan 13

sarfhamton says...

Looks like you need to book an appointment to be arrested in Southampton!

As for the homeowner, well done but what a shame you had to take matters into your own hands not once but twice.

Not sure why we bother having a police service sometimes.
Looks like you need to book an appointment to be arrested in Southampton! As for the homeowner, well done but what a shame you had to take matters into your own hands not once but twice. Not sure why we bother having a police service sometimes. sarfhamton
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10:53am Wed 2 Jan 13

bazzeroz says...

Its been proved again........... the law in this country is an a$$. Well done the householder. Better pictures than million pound cctv's.
Its been proved again........... the law in this country is an a$$. Well done the householder. Better pictures than million pound cctv's. bazzeroz
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11:10am Wed 2 Jan 13

Hscbaj says...

Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ
ian, you still have included his name in the headline?
Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ ian, you still have included his name in the headline? Hscbaj
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11:18am Wed 2 Jan 13

espanuel says...

Hscbaj. Why not, what is your problem? Not english? PRAT.
Hscbaj. Why not, what is your problem? Not english? PRAT. espanuel
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11:25am Wed 2 Jan 13

Hscbaj says...

espanuel wrote:
Hscbaj. Why not, what is your problem? Not english? PRAT.
No need for insults, I'm merely asking why The Echo felt the need to include the burglars name in the headline? I doubt anyone would know him, so it seems superfluous, don't you think? Especially if you search the site for other burglary stories, showing they never do this.

http://www.dailyecho
.co.uk/news/9970139.
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.co.uk/archive/2012/
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.co.uk/news/2203262.
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http://www.dailyecho
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http://www.dailyecho
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I wonder if there was something specific about the the burglars name that meant the headline would be more impactful?
[quote][p][bold]espanuel[/bold] wrote: Hscbaj. Why not, what is your problem? Not english? PRAT.[/p][/quote]No need for insults, I'm merely asking why The Echo felt the need to include the burglars name in the headline? I doubt anyone would know him, so it seems superfluous, don't you think? Especially if you search the site for other burglary stories, showing they never do this. http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/9970139. Thief_in_dock/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/archive/2012/ 06/19/News+Headlines +%28bg_news_headline s%29/9769386.Convict ed_burglar_ends_manh unt/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/2203262. Burglar_convicted_by _ear_print__wins_app eal/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/1949333. Burglar_freed_after_ night_in_jail/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/archive/2012/ 06/15/News+Headlines +%28bg_news_headline s%29/9764580.Hunt_fo r_missing_burglar/ I wonder if there was something specific about the the burglars name that meant the headline would be more impactful? Hscbaj
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11:53am Wed 2 Jan 13

The Wickham Man says...

Hscbaj wrote:
Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ

ian, you still have included his name in the headline?
Course they bloody would you idiot! they do every single time there is a burglary conviction. That sort of implied racism is what causes problems. Go back and check before posting inflammatory rubbish
[quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ ian, you still have included his name in the headline?[/p][/quote]Course they bloody would you idiot! they do every single time there is a burglary conviction. That sort of implied racism is what causes problems. Go back and check before posting inflammatory rubbish The Wickham Man
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12:05pm Wed 2 Jan 13

userds5050 says...

Hscbaj wrote:
espanuel wrote:
Hscbaj. Why not, what is your problem? Not english? PRAT.
No need for insults, I'm merely asking why The Echo felt the need to include the burglars name in the headline? I doubt anyone would know him, so it seems superfluous, don't you think? Especially if you search the site for other burglary stories, showing they never do this.

http://www.dailyecho

.co.uk/news/9970139.

Thief_in_dock/
http://www.dailyecho

.co.uk/archive/2012/

06/19/News+Headlines

+%28bg_news_headline

s%29/9769386.Convict

ed_burglar_ends_manh

unt/
http://www.dailyecho

.co.uk/news/2203262.

Burglar_convicted_by

_ear_print__wins_app

eal/
http://www.dailyecho

.co.uk/news/1949333.

Burglar_freed_after_

night_in_jail/
http://www.dailyecho

.co.uk/archive/2012/

06/15/News+Headlines

+%28bg_news_headline

s%29/9764580.Hunt_fo

r_missing_burglar/

I wonder if there was something specific about the the burglars name that meant the headline would be more impactful?
So to back up your point that the Echo never print burglars' names you've posted four links where the Echo has printed the burglar's name in each one. Strange logic.
[quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]espanuel[/bold] wrote: Hscbaj. Why not, what is your problem? Not english? PRAT.[/p][/quote]No need for insults, I'm merely asking why The Echo felt the need to include the burglars name in the headline? I doubt anyone would know him, so it seems superfluous, don't you think? Especially if you search the site for other burglary stories, showing they never do this. http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/9970139. Thief_in_dock/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/archive/2012/ 06/19/News+Headlines +%28bg_news_headline s%29/9769386.Convict ed_burglar_ends_manh unt/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/2203262. Burglar_convicted_by _ear_print__wins_app eal/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/1949333. Burglar_freed_after_ night_in_jail/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/archive/2012/ 06/15/News+Headlines +%28bg_news_headline s%29/9764580.Hunt_fo r_missing_burglar/ I wonder if there was something specific about the the burglars name that meant the headline would be more impactful?[/p][/quote]So to back up your point that the Echo never print burglars' names you've posted four links where the Echo has printed the burglar's name in each one. Strange logic. userds5050
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12:08pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Hscbaj says...

The Wickham Man wrote:
Hscbaj wrote:
Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ


ian, you still have included his name in the headline?
Course they bloody would you idiot! they do every single time there is a burglary conviction. That sort of implied racism is what causes problems. Go back and check before posting inflammatory rubbish
I did check, thoroughly, have you? I have looked at the previous 20 news stories on here related to burglary and none of them include the persons name in the headline, aside from this one.
[quote][p][bold]The Wickham Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ ian, you still have included his name in the headline?[/p][/quote]Course they bloody would you idiot! they do every single time there is a burglary conviction. That sort of implied racism is what causes problems. Go back and check before posting inflammatory rubbish[/p][/quote]I did check, thoroughly, have you? I have looked at the previous 20 news stories on here related to burglary and none of them include the persons name in the headline, aside from this one. Hscbaj
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12:09pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Hscbaj says...

userds5050 wrote:
Hscbaj wrote:
espanuel wrote:
Hscbaj. Why not, what is your problem? Not english? PRAT.
No need for insults, I'm merely asking why The Echo felt the need to include the burglars name in the headline? I doubt anyone would know him, so it seems superfluous, don't you think? Especially if you search the site for other burglary stories, showing they never do this.

http://www.dailyecho


.co.uk/news/9970139.


Thief_in_dock/
http://www.dailyecho


.co.uk/archive/2012/


06/19/News+Headlines


+%28bg_news_headline


s%29/9769386.Convict


ed_burglar_ends_manh


unt/
http://www.dailyecho


.co.uk/news/2203262.


Burglar_convicted_by


_ear_print__wins_app


eal/
http://www.dailyecho


.co.uk/news/1949333.


Burglar_freed_after_


night_in_jail/
http://www.dailyecho


.co.uk/archive/2012/


06/15/News+Headlines


+%28bg_news_headline


s%29/9764580.Hunt_fo


r_missing_burglar/

I wonder if there was something specific about the the burglars name that meant the headline would be more impactful?
So to back up your point that the Echo never print burglars' names you've posted four links where the Echo has printed the burglar's name in each one. Strange logic.
In the headline....
[quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]espanuel[/bold] wrote: Hscbaj. Why not, what is your problem? Not english? PRAT.[/p][/quote]No need for insults, I'm merely asking why The Echo felt the need to include the burglars name in the headline? I doubt anyone would know him, so it seems superfluous, don't you think? Especially if you search the site for other burglary stories, showing they never do this. http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/9970139. Thief_in_dock/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/archive/2012/ 06/19/News+Headlines +%28bg_news_headline s%29/9769386.Convict ed_burglar_ends_manh unt/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/2203262. Burglar_convicted_by _ear_print__wins_app eal/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/1949333. Burglar_freed_after_ night_in_jail/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/archive/2012/ 06/15/News+Headlines +%28bg_news_headline s%29/9764580.Hunt_fo r_missing_burglar/ I wonder if there was something specific about the the burglars name that meant the headline would be more impactful?[/p][/quote]So to back up your point that the Echo never print burglars' names you've posted four links where the Echo has printed the burglar's name in each one. Strange logic.[/p][/quote]In the headline.... Hscbaj
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12:29pm Wed 2 Jan 13

userds5050 says...

Hscbaj wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
Hscbaj wrote:
espanuel wrote:
Hscbaj. Why not, what is your problem? Not english? PRAT.
No need for insults, I'm merely asking why The Echo felt the need to include the burglars name in the headline? I doubt anyone would know him, so it seems superfluous, don't you think? Especially if you search the site for other burglary stories, showing they never do this.

http://www.dailyecho



.co.uk/news/9970139.



Thief_in_dock/
http://www.dailyecho



.co.uk/archive/2012/



06/19/News+Headlines



+%28bg_news_headline



s%29/9769386.Convict



ed_burglar_ends_manh



unt/
http://www.dailyecho



.co.uk/news/2203262.



Burglar_convicted_by



_ear_print__wins_app



eal/
http://www.dailyecho



.co.uk/news/1949333.



Burglar_freed_after_



night_in_jail/
http://www.dailyecho



.co.uk/archive/2012/



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r_missing_burglar/

I wonder if there was something specific about the the burglars name that meant the headline would be more impactful?
So to back up your point that the Echo never print burglars' names you've posted four links where the Echo has printed the burglar's name in each one. Strange logic.
In the headline....
http://www.dailyecho
.co.uk/news/8754654.
Prison_for_city_pub_
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[quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]espanuel[/bold] wrote: Hscbaj. Why not, what is your problem? Not english? PRAT.[/p][/quote]No need for insults, I'm merely asking why The Echo felt the need to include the burglars name in the headline? I doubt anyone would know him, so it seems superfluous, don't you think? Especially if you search the site for other burglary stories, showing they never do this. http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/9970139. Thief_in_dock/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/archive/2012/ 06/19/News+Headlines +%28bg_news_headline s%29/9769386.Convict ed_burglar_ends_manh unt/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/2203262. Burglar_convicted_by _ear_print__wins_app eal/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/1949333. Burglar_freed_after_ night_in_jail/ http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/archive/2012/ 06/15/News+Headlines +%28bg_news_headline s%29/9764580.Hunt_fo r_missing_burglar/ I wonder if there was something specific about the the burglars name that meant the headline would be more impactful?[/p][/quote]So to back up your point that the Echo never print burglars' names you've posted four links where the Echo has printed the burglar's name in each one. Strange logic.[/p][/quote]In the headline....[/p][/quote]http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/8754654. Prison_for_city_pub_ raider/ userds5050
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12:36pm Wed 2 Jan 13

sarfhamton says...

Hscbaj wrote:
Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ

ian, you still have included his name in the headline?
I don't think where your parents/grandparents were born has anything to do with it.

But if you want to play the race care then i would guess that drug related crime by British Asians is much lower than White British people.
[quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ ian, you still have included his name in the headline?[/p][/quote]I don't think where your parents/grandparents were born has anything to do with it. But if you want to play the race care then i would guess that drug related crime by British Asians is much lower than White British people. sarfhamton
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12:49pm Wed 2 Jan 13

sarfhamton says...

sarfhamton wrote:
Hscbaj wrote:
Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ


ian, you still have included his name in the headline?
I don't think where your parents/grandparents were born has anything to do with it.

But if you want to play the race care then i would guess that drug related crime by British Asians is much lower than White British people.
Actually you were complaining because it was included.

Well what do you expect.
[quote][p][bold]sarfhamton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ ian, you still have included his name in the headline?[/p][/quote]I don't think where your parents/grandparents were born has anything to do with it. But if you want to play the race care then i would guess that drug related crime by British Asians is much lower than White British people.[/p][/quote]Actually you were complaining because it was included. Well what do you expect. sarfhamton
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1:02pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Nicole23 says...

It's just a name ,what's the big deal.
It's just a name ,what's the big deal. Nicole23
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1:13pm Wed 2 Jan 13

bazzeroz says...

Here we go! A couple of morons hogging the forum as usual.
Here we go! A couple of morons hogging the forum as usual. bazzeroz
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1:23pm Wed 2 Jan 13

2010chappy says...

sarfhamton wrote:
sarfhamton wrote:
Hscbaj wrote: Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ ian, you still have included his name in the headline?
I don't think where your parents/grandparents were born has anything to do with it. But if you want to play the race care then i would guess that drug related crime by British Asians is much lower than White British people.
Actually you were complaining because it was included. Well what do you expect.
The other cases you quote do not include convicted criminals as this case does. Who said Mohammed Islam was not English?

You see many headlines printed across the national press naming criminals - West, Suttcliffe, to name a couple, granted not burglary but proves a point.

I too am p155ed off with ethnic communities or individuals playing the race card when it suits them. Either they are part of the community or not.
[quote][p][bold]sarfhamton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfhamton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ ian, you still have included his name in the headline?[/p][/quote]I don't think where your parents/grandparents were born has anything to do with it. But if you want to play the race care then i would guess that drug related crime by British Asians is much lower than White British people.[/p][/quote]Actually you were complaining because it was included. Well what do you expect.[/p][/quote]The other cases you quote do not include convicted criminals as this case does. Who said Mohammed Islam was not English? You see many headlines printed across the national press naming criminals - West, Suttcliffe, to name a couple, granted not burglary but proves a point. I too am p155ed off with ethnic communities or individuals playing the race card when it suits them. Either they are part of the community or not. 2010chappy
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1:49pm Wed 2 Jan 13

sarfhamton says...

2010chappy wrote:
sarfhamton wrote:
sarfhamton wrote:
Hscbaj wrote: Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ ian, you still have included his name in the headline?
I don't think where your parents/grandparents were born has anything to do with it. But if you want to play the race care then i would guess that drug related crime by British Asians is much lower than White British people.
Actually you were complaining because it was included. Well what do you expect.
The other cases you quote do not include convicted criminals as this case does. Who said Mohammed Islam was not English?

You see many headlines printed across the national press naming criminals - West, Suttcliffe, to name a couple, granted not burglary but proves a point.

I too am p155ed off with ethnic communities or individuals playing the race card when it suits them. Either they are part of the community or not.
This guy was very active in his community by the looks of it
[quote][p][bold]2010chappy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfhamton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfhamton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ ian, you still have included his name in the headline?[/p][/quote]I don't think where your parents/grandparents were born has anything to do with it. But if you want to play the race care then i would guess that drug related crime by British Asians is much lower than White British people.[/p][/quote]Actually you were complaining because it was included. Well what do you expect.[/p][/quote]The other cases you quote do not include convicted criminals as this case does. Who said Mohammed Islam was not English? You see many headlines printed across the national press naming criminals - West, Suttcliffe, to name a couple, granted not burglary but proves a point. I too am p155ed off with ethnic communities or individuals playing the race card when it suits them. Either they are part of the community or not.[/p][/quote]This guy was very active in his community by the looks of it sarfhamton
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1:52pm Wed 2 Jan 13

MGRA says...

what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...
what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb... MGRA
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2:07pm Wed 2 Jan 13

S!monOn says...

MGRA wrote:
what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...
That's funny.... here's me thinking parents name their children?!
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...[/p][/quote]That's funny.... here's me thinking parents name their children?! S!monOn
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2:38pm Wed 2 Jan 13

The Wickham Man says...

Hscbaj wrote:
The Wickham Man wrote:
Hscbaj wrote:
Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ



ian, you still have included his name in the headline?
Course they bloody would you idiot! they do every single time there is a burglary conviction. That sort of implied racism is what causes problems. Go back and check before posting inflammatory rubbish
I did check, thoroughly, have you? I have looked at the previous 20 news stories on here related to burglary and none of them include the persons name in the headline, aside from this one.
Apologies Hscbaj I misread your comment. I take your point.
[quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Wickham Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hscbaj[/bold] wrote: Presumably if the burglar in question was white/english/christ ian, you still have included his name in the headline?[/p][/quote]Course they bloody would you idiot! they do every single time there is a burglary conviction. That sort of implied racism is what causes problems. Go back and check before posting inflammatory rubbish[/p][/quote]I did check, thoroughly, have you? I have looked at the previous 20 news stories on here related to burglary and none of them include the persons name in the headline, aside from this one.[/p][/quote]Apologies Hscbaj I misread your comment. I take your point. The Wickham Man
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2:42pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Huey says...

Chop his thieving hands off
Chop his thieving hands off Huey
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3:11pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Dan Kerins says...

All stories on the website carry two headlines - a normal one (which appears on the list of stories) and an SEO one (which appears on the top of the article itself).

The SEO headlines often carry details such as names and other specifics that the main headline does not carry.

You need only look through the articles uploaded today for further examples of this.

Sometimes, the SEO headline may not be filled in for various reasons, as it is not a mandatory requirement of the site.

However, completing the SEO headline with details such as names, places, etc. is good practice, as these are the sorts of terms readers search for when looking for certain stories they wish to read.
All stories on the website carry two headlines - a normal one (which appears on the list of stories) and an SEO one (which appears on the top of the article itself). The SEO headlines often carry details such as names and other specifics that the main headline does not carry. You need only look through the articles uploaded today for further examples of this. Sometimes, the SEO headline may not be filled in for various reasons, as it is not a mandatory requirement of the site. However, completing the SEO headline with details such as names, places, etc. is good practice, as these are the sorts of terms readers search for when looking for certain stories they wish to read. Dan Kerins
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5:22pm Wed 2 Jan 13

MGRA says...

S!monOn wrote:
MGRA wrote:
what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...
That's funny.... here's me thinking parents name their children?!
LOL !! so you think "Mr and Mrs Islam" are his parents !?!? wakey wakey....
[quote][p][bold]S!monOn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...[/p][/quote]That's funny.... here's me thinking parents name their children?![/p][/quote]LOL !! so you think "Mr and Mrs Islam" are his parents !?!? wakey wakey.... MGRA
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5:37pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Malcy says...

This is a fantastic story of facts, 2 Scumbags get there comeuppance and will hopefully learn THIS LESSON:Do not enter a premises that isn't yours, it's an invasion of privacy.The majority of British people have a high tolerance of colour & religious beliefs and are not racist so Hscbaj stop thinking negatives, if it had been me it would of been exactly the same and I'm white and Atheist, give 100% credit to the victim and his inteligence not the 2 stupid idiots
This is a fantastic story of facts, 2 Scumbags get there comeuppance and will hopefully learn THIS LESSON:Do not enter a premises that isn't yours, it's an invasion of privacy.The majority of British people have a high tolerance of colour & religious beliefs and are not racist so Hscbaj stop thinking negatives, if it had been me it would of been exactly the same and I'm white and Atheist, give 100% credit to the victim and his inteligence not the 2 stupid idiots Malcy
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6:38pm Wed 2 Jan 13

D.a.v.e says...

sarfhamton wrote:
Looks like you need to book an appointment to be arrested in Southampton!

As for the homeowner, well done but what a shame you had to take matters into your own hands not once but twice.

Not sure why we bother having a police service sometimes.
He tried to hand himself in because his name was known to hundreds in the east of soton after the victim appealed on Facebook for help with his identity. The idiot was crapping himself.
[quote][p][bold]sarfhamton[/bold] wrote: Looks like you need to book an appointment to be arrested in Southampton! As for the homeowner, well done but what a shame you had to take matters into your own hands not once but twice. Not sure why we bother having a police service sometimes.[/p][/quote]He tried to hand himself in because his name was known to hundreds in the east of soton after the victim appealed on Facebook for help with his identity. The idiot was crapping himself. D.a.v.e
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6:46pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SOULJACKER says...

'In mitigation Sarah Jones said Islam had not re-offended in the interim, had been working and now intended to lead a law abiding life'
Hahahaha, ain't that what they all say, you stupid nob, you are just sorry you got caught!

Oh & BTW my name is Mr Catholic :)
'In mitigation Sarah Jones said Islam had not re-offended in the interim, had been working and now intended to lead a law abiding life' Hahahaha, ain't that what they all say, you stupid nob, you are just sorry you got caught! Oh & BTW my name is Mr Catholic :) SOULJACKER
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6:56pm Wed 2 Jan 13

userds5050 says...

MGRA wrote:
S!monOn wrote:
MGRA wrote:
what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...
That's funny.... here's me thinking parents name their children?!
LOL !! so you think "Mr and Mrs Islam" are his parents !?!? wakey wakey....
His old man used to be Cat Stevens.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]S!monOn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...[/p][/quote]That's funny.... here's me thinking parents name their children?![/p][/quote]LOL !! so you think "Mr and Mrs Islam" are his parents !?!? wakey wakey....[/p][/quote]His old man used to be Cat Stevens. userds5050
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8:08pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Nicole23 says...

MGRA wrote:
S!monOn wrote:
MGRA wrote:
what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...
That's funny.... here's me thinking parents name their children?!
LOL !! so you think "Mr and Mrs Islam" are his parents !?!? wakey wakey....
There's loads of people called Islam and Allah. Dont you know that Muslim names read right to left?
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]S!monOn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...[/p][/quote]That's funny.... here's me thinking parents name their children?![/p][/quote]LOL !! so you think "Mr and Mrs Islam" are his parents !?!? wakey wakey....[/p][/quote]There's loads of people called Islam and Allah. Dont you know that Muslim names read right to left? Nicole23
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10:31pm Wed 2 Jan 13

florida saint says...

who cares what his name is, hes a robbing b@stard , should have got 10 years, well done to the home owner, shame he had to do this perhaps it might deter others burgulars from breaking in to hard working peoples homes.
who cares what his name is, hes a robbing b@stard , should have got 10 years, well done to the home owner, shame he had to do this perhaps it might deter others burgulars from breaking in to hard working peoples homes. florida saint
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9:59am Thu 3 Jan 13

S!monOn says...

Nicole23 wrote:
MGRA wrote:
S!monOn wrote:
MGRA wrote:
what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...
That's funny.... here's me thinking parents name their children?!
LOL !! so you think "Mr and Mrs Islam" are his parents !?!? wakey wakey....
There's loads of people called Islam and Allah. Dont you know that Muslim names read right to left?
LOL

The irony of MGRA..... wakey wakey mate!
[quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]S!monOn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: what I find funny is that this criminal has given himself a name that makes him sound religious !!! the irony is superb...[/p][/quote]That's funny.... here's me thinking parents name their children?![/p][/quote]LOL !! so you think "Mr and Mrs Islam" are his parents !?!? wakey wakey....[/p][/quote]There's loads of people called Islam and Allah. Dont you know that Muslim names read right to left?[/p][/quote]LOL The irony of MGRA..... wakey wakey mate! S!monOn
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7:28pm Fri 4 Jan 13

richieroo says...

florida saint wrote:
who cares what his name is, hes a robbing b@stard , should have got 10 years, well done to the home owner, shame he had to do this perhaps it might deter others burgulars from breaking in to hard working peoples homes.
Here here!.
[quote][p][bold]florida saint[/bold] wrote: who cares what his name is, hes a robbing b@stard , should have got 10 years, well done to the home owner, shame he had to do this perhaps it might deter others burgulars from breaking in to hard working peoples homes.[/p][/quote]Here here!. richieroo
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4:10am Mon 7 Jan 13

Pikey-Biker says...

perhaps the home owner could let us know what cctv equipment he used
perhaps the home owner could let us know what cctv equipment he used Pikey-Biker
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