Court round up July 19
A MAN has admitted stealing £360 worth of DVDs and cosmetics from stores in Redruth and Camborne.
On Friday at Truro Crown Court, Neil Woodside, 28, of New Connections, Camborne, pleaded guilty to three separate thefts, which took place from Tesco in Camborne and Boots in Redruth and Camborne on dates between April 29 and May 17, this year.
Judge John Neligan deferred sentencing to August 16, for the preparation of reports.
A 30-YEAR-OLD man has been sent to hospital on a court order under the Mental Health Act after admitting to attempted burglary at a house in Camborne on August 31 last year.
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Gary Thornton, 30, of no fixed abode, appeared at Truro Crown Court on Friday and was told by Judge John Neligan that he would be released depending on the advice of his responsible clinician.
TWO men admitted robbing a man of his Nokia mobile phone in Camborne at Truro Crown Court, on Friday.
Sean O’Shea, 24, of Wheal Plenty Cottage, Redruth, and Alex Burgoyne, 19, of HM Young Offenders institute Portland, also pleaded guilty to dodging a taxi fare of £15 on the same day on April 20.
Both are due to be sentenced on August 16.