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Spalding woman could face prison for stealing gin




A Spalding woman, who admitted stealing three bottles of gin, could face custody after a judge heard she was already on a suspended prison sentence imposed for dishonesty just four months ago.

Teresa Jane Wilson (47), of Double Street, admitted stealing the gin, worth £59, from Aldi in Spalding on November 6.

Boston Magistrates' Court.
Boston Magistrates' Court.

However, when District Judge Peter Veits, sitting at Boston Magistrates' Court, heard that she was subject to a suspended prison sentence imposed for burglary and theft by Lincoln Crown Court in July, he sent her on unconditional bail to the crown court for sentence on a date to be notified.


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