Welwyn Garden City heroin injector jailed
A WOMAN has been jailed after pleading guilty to injecting two men with heroin. Hannah Syme, of Woodhall Place, WGC, was imprisoned for 12 months after admitting the offences, which took place in the
A WOMAN has been jailed after pleading guilty to injecting two men with heroin.
Hannah Syme, of Woodhall Place, WGC, was imprisoned for 12 months after admitting the offences, which took place in the ladies' toilets at the Globe pub in Codicote on the evening of May 3 this year.
She had been working in the pub as a barmaid at the time of the offences.
The 23-year-old American citizen was also ordered to pay costs of �1,000 at yesterday's (Thursday's) hearing at Luton Crown Court.
You may also want to watch:
For more from the courtroom, see next week's Welwyn & Hatfield Times.
- 1 Police attend funeral as residents voice concerns about 'social distancing'
- 2 COVID-19: Welwyn Hatfield tops Hertfordshire for cases per 100,000
- 3 Golf club has dozens of buggy batteries stolen in one day
- 4 More than 20 arrested following major Welwyn Hatfield county lines drugs operation
- 5 Herts and West Essex boast highest vaccination figures in East of England
- 6 Coroner rules Joy Morgan death 'unlawful killing' but finds no cause at inquest
- 7 Local Plan: Inspector has concerns over why Green Belt sites were removed
- 8 Man sentenced to three years in prison for breaking girlfriend's jaw
- 9 Mum-of-four loses six stone in just over a year after being unable to play with her youngest child
- 10 'Horrific' abuser who 'showed no remorse' sentenced