Teen jailed for theft and criminal damage

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A 19-YEAR-OLD has been jailed after admitting theft and criminal damage.

Jordan Bowers, of no fixed abode, appeared at North Somerset Courthouse on Friday and was sentenced to 14 days in prison.

He pleaded guilty to attempted theft and causing criminal damage to a shop in Weston-super-Mare on April 15 as well as theft from a shop in Drove Road and three counts of criminal damage to roofs in Amberey Road on April 21.

He was sentenced to seven days in prison for the attempted theft and seven days, to be served consecutively, for the theft.

Bowers was also ordered to pay £270 compensation for the criminal damage offences and costs of £150.


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