Sentence delay

PUBLISHED: 13:11 07 December 2006 | UPDATED: 13:39 04 May 2010

The sentencing of Ely man Stephan Mann, who has been convicted of taking a car without the owner s consent, and failing to provide a breath test when suspected of drink-driving, has been adjourned until today (Thursday). Mann, 22, of Windmill Close, had

The sentencing of Ely man Stephan Mann, who has been convicted of taking a car without the owner's consent, and failing to provide a breath test when suspected of drink-driving, has been adjourned until today (Thursday).

Mann, 22, of Windmill Close, had earlier denied taking a Ford Fiesta in Ely on June 29, and failing to provide a specimen of breath in Sussex on January 2.

But he was convicted of both offences after a trial, Ely magistrates were told on Thursday. They agreed to adjourn sentencing for seven days, and gave Mann conditional bail.

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