Man stole from work after 'alcoholic wife drove family close to homelessness'



A man stole more than £12,000 of car parts from a factory he worked at because his alcoholic wife had driven their family close to homelessness, a court heard.
David Rutherford (48), who had no previous convictions, ran into financial problems because of the amount his wife was drinking, and was convinced by a friend to steal Land Rover turbochargers from his place of work, the Neovia factory on the Caterpillar site in Desford.
Leicester Crown Court heard on Tuesday how Rutherford, of Dovecote Way, Barwell, smuggled the parts out under his coat over several weeks between February 1 and... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 44
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