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Grantham court: Pair accused of Claypole offences




Court news.
Court news.

Two Nottingham men will go to crown court accused of theft and taking a van without the owner’s consent in Claypole.

James Arlon Jackson, 35, of Woolsington Close, Strelley, Nottingham, and Anthony Graham Sharpe, of Thorndale Road, Nottingham, are accused of stealing a rucksack containing a van key and TomTom satellite navigation system from Claypole Primary School on April 30.

On the same date they are accused of taking a Fiat Ducato van from the school.

They are also accused of receiving stolen goods, namely a Mini Cooper car, at Back Lane, Eakring, on April 30.

Both men elected for their cases to go to crown court.

Magistrates adjourned the case to December 22 for a preliminary hearing.

They were granted unconditional bail.



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