Stretham Man Who Failed To Complete Any Unpaid Work Is Given Extra Hours

PUBLISHED: 13:02 07 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:01 04 May 2010

TEENAGER Zacharias Lupson had failed to complete a single hour of an unpaid work order he was given last month, and on Thursday Ely magistrates added an extra 14 hours to the sentence. Lupson, 19, of Berry Close, Stretham, admitted breaching the 240 hour

TEENAGER Zacharias Lupson had failed to complete a single hour of an unpaid work order he was given last month, and on Thursday Ely magistrates added an extra 14 hours to the sentence.

Lupson, 19, of Berry Close, Stretham, admitted breaching the 240 hour order he was given on July 7, for an offence of assault causing actual bodily harm.

"I had problems with my job seeker's allowance, and I had no money to get to Cambridge," he told the court.


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