Winchester gloves theft costs shoplifter £200

Debenhams in Winchester

Debenhams in Winchester

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SHOPLIFTER Sebastian Zaleczny, 27, of Romsey Road, Winchester, has been fined £95 for stealing a pair of gloves worth £21 from Debenhams in Winchester on December 30.

Magistrates also ordered him to pay a £20 victim surcharge and costs of £85

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10:36am Mon 27 Jan 14

hulla baloo says...

Slow news days or why pick on a petty crime to report? These sentences are given out everyday. Unless you are using the name to start a debate of another nature.
Slow news days or why pick on a petty crime to report? These sentences are given out everyday. Unless you are using the name to start a debate of another nature. hulla baloo
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11:59am Mon 27 Jan 14

Poppy22 says...

It's noticeable too that this fine is less than for possessing drugs, which doesn't seem right, especially if the gloves were stolen by someone trying to keep warm??
It's noticeable too that this fine is less than for possessing drugs, which doesn't seem right, especially if the gloves were stolen by someone trying to keep warm?? Poppy22
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2:48pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Charlie Bucket says...

Poppy22 wrote:
It's noticeable too that this fine is less than for possessing drugs, which doesn't seem right, especially if the gloves were stolen by someone trying to keep warm??
Did you mean "more"?

Anyways, fines are means-tested. There's nothing to be learnt from comparing the fines in two separate cases.
[quote][p][bold]Poppy22[/bold] wrote: It's noticeable too that this fine is less than for possessing drugs, which doesn't seem right, especially if the gloves were stolen by someone trying to keep warm??[/p][/quote]Did you mean "more"? Anyways, fines are means-tested. There's nothing to be learnt from comparing the fines in two separate cases. Charlie Bucket
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7:04pm Mon 27 Jan 14

solomum says...

hulla baloo wrote:
Slow news days or why pick on a petty crime to report? These sentences are given out everyday. Unless you are using the name to start a debate of another nature.
Looking at the amount of news reports from Winchester today, I would hazard a guess that an echo reporter has been sat in Winchester Court all day.
[quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: Slow news days or why pick on a petty crime to report? These sentences are given out everyday. Unless you are using the name to start a debate of another nature.[/p][/quote]Looking at the amount of news reports from Winchester today, I would hazard a guess that an echo reporter has been sat in Winchester Court all day. solomum
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