Cutting up cars case in court

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A man has appeared in court on charges arising from allegations that stolen cars worth thousands of pounds were cut up.

Craig Thornton (28), of Moon’s Green, Moulton, was today (Wednesday) sent by Boston magistrates to appear at Lincoln Crown Court on January 28.

Magistrates granted Thornton unconditional bail.

Thornton entered no plea to five charges of handling stolen goods, all car parts, at Austendyke Road, Weston Hills, on June 6 last year.

He is accused of handling parts, knowing or believing them to be stolen, from the following vehicles – a Range Rover Vogue belonging to Angelo Melisi, a BMW owned by Susan Moroz, a Ford Transit Luton van belonging to Nigel Haines, a representative of the Phil Haines coach company, a Ford Transit lorry owned by Nigel Waugh, a representative of the K & G coach company, and a Ford Transit van owned by Benjamin Allcock.