Hatfield woman banned from M&S and Tesco

PUBLISHED: 07:00 06 May 2018

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A Hatfield woman has admitted stealing hundreds of pounds worth of DVDs from a supermarket.

Sian Ivory, 46, of Oak Tree Close, appeared at St Albans Magistrates’ Court on April 30.

She admitted stealing DVDs worth £217 from Tesco in Hertford on March 27.

Ivory also admitted stealing £150 worth of food from M&S in Potters Bar on May 31.

She was caught with two wraps of heroin and cocaine in Stevenage on March 27, a charge which she admitted.

In court, the defendant admitted committing offences while subject to a conditional discharge order.

She was given a community order.

Ivory must have treatment for drug dependency for six months.

She is banned from the M&S BP Garage in Potters Bar High Street and Tesco in Ware Road, Hertford, for a year.

Ivory must take part in up to 20 days’ activity as required by a responsible officer.

She was also ordered to pay court costs of £50 and compensation of £150.

A foil lined bag and a bread tin will be destroyed.


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