Thursday, 15 December 2011

Holding on to your ill gotten gains

Armed crime is never funny or clever, but some people need custodial sentences to save them from themselves.

Norfolk Constabulary and Home Watch
A man has been sentenced to six and a half years in prison after committing two armed robberies in two days in Breckland.
On the evening of Thursday 14 July 2011 Jordan Carr entered the BP petrol station on Norwich Road in Swaffham and demanded money. He threatened staff with a gun and fled with a quantity of cash and cigarettes – some of which he dropped outside along with part of his gun.
Then, on the morning of Friday 15 July Carr, aged 22 and of no fixed address, entered the B & P Newsagents on Stone Road in Dereham with an accomplice, armed with a gun. When they fled with a quantity of cash they were challenged by members of the public and dropped the cash and another part of the gun.

One of the incidents was the site of last year's arson attacks by Hussain Murad, fortunately no one was physically hurt in any of the mercifully rare crimes in this region.

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