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Serial thief may get drug therapy THIEF Daniel Gillett - who targeted six local shops within six weeks – is to be assessed to see if he is suitable for a drug rehabilitation order. Gillett, 21, of Friars Place, Littleport, has admitted stealing two pairs
Serial thief may get drug therapy
THIEF Daniel Gillett - who
targeted six local shops within six weeks - is to be assessed to see if he is suitable for a drug rehabilitation order.
Gillett, 21, of Friars Place, Littleport, has admitted stealing two pairs of track suit bottoms from Giles Sport in Ely, stealing pasta salad and a chocolate bar from One Stop in Littleport; stealing four bottles of alcohol from One Stop in Ely; and stealing children's clothing from Peacocks in Ely.
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He stole a top box from the Co-op in Littleport, three sports tops from Gilesports in Ely, and a Splash Attack game from Woolworths in Ely.
He has further admitted attempting to steal packs of bacon from One Stop in Littleport, resisting a police officer, and breaching conditional discharge.
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Ely magistrates have asked the probation service to see if Gillett would benefit from a community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement, and are due to make a decision on July 13.
DRUNKEN Neil Garner attacked his partner with a pair of flip-flops and then kicked her heel, leaving her with a cut, Ely magistrates heard on Thursday.
Neil Garner, 33, of New Barns Avenue, had earlier admitted assaulting Nicola McManus in Ely on November 18, and this week was given an 80-hour community work order and told to pay £150 costs.
Garner, a self employed labourer, told the court the couple were still living together.
Too late for trial
LITTLE Downham man Robert Mace, who has denied possessing an offensive weapon, arrived too late at court to face trial this week.
So Ely magistrates adjourned his case for seven days, for a new trial date to be set.
Mace, 32, of Lawn Lane, is accused of possessing a 12-inch adjustable wrench in Nutholt Lane at Ely on March 10.
THE sentencing on Ely woman Rebecca Blunn, who has admitted a charge of assault, was adjourned for four weeks by city magistrates on Thursday.
Blunn, 24, of Herons Close, was given conditional bail until July 20.