Case Adjourned For Woman Who Admits Breach Of Jail Sentence

A WOMAN accused of breaching the terms of her four-month suspended jail sentence had her case adjourned for a further week by Ely magistrates. It is alleged that Lorraine Ellis missed two appointments with the probation service, and failed to keep in touc

A WOMAN accused of breaching the terms of her four-month suspended jail sentence had her case adjourned for a further week by Ely magistrates.

It is alleged that Lorraine Ellis missed two appointments with the probation service, and failed to keep in touch with her probation officer.

Ellis, 44, of White Hart Lane, was given the suspended sentence back in August after admitting charges of shop theft and resisting a police officer.

As part of the suspended sentence order she had been given a 12-month supervision order and a three-month curfew.


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