Chesterfield shoplifter handed suspended sentence for six offences

A Chesterfield man who was found guilty of committing six thefts from shops in the town has been given a suspended prison sentence.

Tuesday, 15th June 2021, 8:35 am

Jack Quinn, 19, of Newbold Court, Newbold was initially arrested and charged with the shoplifting offences on Sunday, June 13.

The 19-year-old was then found guilty on all six counts of shop thefts yesterday morning (Monday, June 14) at Chesterfield Magistrates Court.

He has been given a 12 week suspended sentence which will be in effect for 12 months.

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Jack Quinn of Newbold Court, Newbold has been handed a 12 week suspended prison sentence after being found guilty of six shop lifting offences.
Jack Quinn of Newbold Court, Newbold has been handed a 12 week suspended prison sentence after being found guilty of six shop lifting offences.

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