Extra Hours For Littleport Man Who Missed Appointments To Visit Family
MAGISTRATES added extra 14-hours to Kevin Scarff s unpaid work order this week, after he admitted visiting family in Birmingham rather than keep appointments with the probation service. He admitted beaching his 100-hour order by missing work on January 2
MAGISTRATES added extra 14-hours to Kevin Scarff's unpaid work order this week, after he admitted visiting family in Birmingham rather than keep appointments with the probation service.
He admitted beaching his 100-hour order by missing work on January 2 and February 6.
Twenty-eight-year-old Scarff, of Queens Road, Littleport, was given his original 100-hour order back in December, for an offence of assault.
Only one hour had been credited to the order so far - when he attended an induction appointment.
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"This is totally unacceptable behaviour," Scarff was told by magistrate Janet South at Ely courthouse.
"I need to remind you that this is a court order, and failure to comply could result in custody.
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