UK news Pair of shoplifters banned from entering every shop in Cambridgeshire together last minute news


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- Trevor Pilgrim and Carmel Holland were sentenced to a two-year behaviour order

UK news Pair of shoplifters banned from entering every shop in Cambridgeshire together last minute news


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- Trevor Pilgrim and Carmel Holland were sentenced to a two-year behaviour order

UK news Pair of shoplifters banned from entering every shop in Cambridgeshire together last minute news
20 June 2022 - 15:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A pair of shoplifters have been banned from entering every shop in Cambridgeshire together. Trevor Pilgrim, 37, and Carmel Holland, 34, who worked together as a lookout and thief, were sentenced to the two-year Criminal Behaviour Order at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, June 14. A Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) can be made when someone is convicted for a criminal offence in a criminal court. According to the Crown Prosecution Service, a CBO can “include prohibitions to stop the anti-social behaviour, and may also include requirements to address the underlying causes of the offender's behaviour”. Under the terms of the CBO, Pilgrim and Holland may not enter any shop that sells products of any sort in the country of Cambridgeshire in each other’s company for the next two years. They are also banned from entering Tesco Milton, Co-Op Burwell, MICA Sawston, and the Post Office at Bottisham. Read more: Jailed this week: Cambridgeshire criminals sentenced to time behind bars include knifed attacker and killer driver Pilgrim, of Stanesfield Road, Cambridge, pleaded guilty to five thefts of more than £1,000 from shops including Tesco, Sainsbury’s, BP Garage, Forbidden Planet, and John Lewis between July 2021 and March 2022.

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. Holland, 34, of Whittington Road, Cambridge, also pleaded guilty to five thefts of more than £1,400 from the Post Office, Tesco, BP Garage, Forbidden Planet, and John Lewis between July 2021 and March 2022. She was given an 18 month community order. PC Beatrice Ley, who investigated, said: “Pilgrim and Holland are well known within the retail industry across Cambridgeshire for shoplifting. The pair have a number of convictions against their names. “We hope this CBO will put a stop to their offending and provide businesses some respite. Any breaches of this order could land the pair a prison sentence.” Read More Related Articles Cambridgeshire fire service faces ‘perfect storm’ without funding change Read More Related Articles 'Glory to Ukraine' banner attached to spires of King's College Chapel

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