Judge tells crook, 20, ‘you’re wasting your life’ after ‘amateurish’ motorbike theft



A "persistent nuisance" who stole a £21,000 motorbike was linked to the crime by his fingerprints, a court heard.
The Agusta motorbike, stolen on June 16, had a tracking device fitted which led to its recovery.
Witnesses had earlier reported seeing three men pushing it into the back of a van.
The defendant, Jack Nethercott, was linked to the crime because of his fingerprints.
Priya Bakshi, prosecuting, told Leicester Crown Court that a stolen Nissan van was located by the police in the city, after being fitted with false cloned registration number plates – which also had... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 28
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