Criminal damage in shop

DRUNKEN Sean Forder swept goods off a shop shelf after he was refused a couple of free beers. Forder s sister-in-law Donna Fields was working in the Co-op at Isleham when Forder went into the shop. She refused to give him any free drink and told him to le

DRUNKEN Sean Forder swept goods off a shop shelf after he was refused a couple of free beers.

Forder's sister-in-law Donna Fields was working in the Co-op at Isleham when Forder went into the shop. She refused to give him any free drink and told him to leave the premises.

He then turned and dragged his hands along the shelves, pulling off a number of goods.

Forder, 29, of East Fen Road, Isleham, admitted causing criminal damage to £4-worth of glass jars and food articles.


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That offence put him in breach of a nine-month suspended prison sentence imposed by Cambridge Crown Court last August for offences of possessing an offensive weapon and affray. The magistrates committed him back to the crown court for sentence.

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