Potters Bar boy, 14, stole school computer equipment
A 14-YEAR-OLD boy, who stole school computer equipment, has appeared before magistrates. The Potters Bar teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also faced two charges of shoplifting. The court heard he
A 14-YEAR-OLD boy, who stole school computer equipment, has appeared before magistrates.
The Potters Bar teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also faced two charges of shoplifting.
The court heard he entered Mount Grace School in Church Road as a trespasser and stole computer equipment on Friday, February 6.
On Sunday, February 8 he stole a bottle of wine from the BP garage on High Street.
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Two days later, on Tuesday, February 10 he stole a second bottle of wine from Wine World also on High Street.
The youngster pleaded guilty to all three offences.
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When he appeared before magistrates in St Albans, he was also re-sentenced for possessing cannabis.
He was given a six-month supervision order and ordered to pay compensation totalling �81.