Curfew Order For Shop-lifting Pair
DRUG dependant shoplifters Donna Bush and Carl Scarrow, who carried out a series of thefts from the Co-op in Littleport, have both been placed on a curfew order by Ely magistrates. Both must stay indoors between 8pm and 7am, Bush was given a three month o
DRUG dependant shoplifters Donna Bush and Carl Scarrow, who carried out a series of thefts from the Co-op in Littleport, have both been placed on a curfew order by Ely magistrates.
Both must stay indoors between 8pm and 7am, Bush was given a three month order and Scarrow was given a six-month curfew on Thursday.
The court also imposed an eight week suspended jail sentence on Scarrow, and Bush was placed on a 12-month supervision order.
Both Bush, 33, of Newport Avenue, Fordham; and Scarrow, 27, of Cottier Drive, Littleport, admitted stealing eight cans of lager from the store on April 18.
Bush admitted stealing a bottle of wine on April 30; and Scarrow admitted stealing four cans of Special Brew on the same day.
Bush had further admitted stealing �100 worth of toiletries from Superdrug in Ely on May 16.
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Mitigating, solicitor Adam Haselhurst said both Bush and Scarrow had struggled with drug addition, and were engaging with the community drug intervention programme, and had a prescription for the heroin substitute methadone.