A HUCKNALL man has been ordered to have treatment for alcohol problems after admitting a spate of crimes last year.
Anthony Harrison (30), of Lime Tree Road, pleaded guilty at Nottingham Magistrates Court to five charges, including criminal damage to a window at a chemist’s shop on Glasshouse Street, Nottingham on Wednesday July 27.
The other offences were: theft of meat, worth £26, from the Co-op on Mansfield Road, Carrington on Saturday August 5; attempted burglary on Tattershall Drive, The Park on Sunday September 4; theft of a bottle of wine from the Budgens store on Derby Road, Nottingham on Thursday September 22; and theft of perfume from Boots in Nottingham city centre on Friday October 21.
Harrison was also sentenced to 12 months’ supervision and ordered to pay compensation of £356 in to Boots and £200 to the chemist’s. The court heard that, at the time of the offences, he was subject to a six-month conditional discharge.