Burglar warned he may face prison

Dorset Echo: Burglar warned he may face prison Burglar warned he may face prison

A BURGLAR who stole jewellery and two televisions from a Weymouth home has been warned he faces a jail term.

Patrick Patterson, of Maiden Street, Weymouth, pleaded guilty to a charge of burglary when at Dorchester Crown Court.

The 27-year-old admitted stealing jewellery and two 19in flat-screen televisions to a value of £2,450 from a property in Bedford Road between February 4 and February 8.

The case was adjourned for a pre-sentence report to be prepared and Patterson was remanded in custody.

Judge Roger Jarvis said: “He needs to know that he faces the possibility of a prison sentence but the court will make its mind up once it has read the contents of a pre-sentence report.”

He will be sentenced at Bournemouth on March 20.

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9:35pm Tue 4 Mar 14

cosmick says...

JUST LOCK HIM UP . NO EXCUSSES HIS A THIEF, STEALS FROM SOMEONES HOME LOCK HIM UP!
JUST LOCK HIM UP . NO EXCUSSES HIS A THIEF, STEALS FROM SOMEONES HOME LOCK HIM UP! cosmick
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