Littleport Man Jailed After Admitting Breach Of Prison Order

PUBLISHED: 10:49 13 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:11 04 May 2010

ELY magistrates jailed John Lamb for two months after hearing him admit breaching the terms of his suspended prison sentence. Back in July 20008, Lamb was given a four-month suspended sentence and he had been ordered to carry out a total of 250 hours of u

ELY magistrates jailed John Lamb for two months after hearing him admit breaching the terms of his suspended prison sentence.

Back in July 20008, Lamb was given a four-month suspended sentence and he had been ordered to carry out a total of 250 hours of unpaid work.

But on Thursday 33-year-old Lamb, of Granby Street, Littleport, admitted he had breached the order by missing work on December 15 and 22.


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