Man, 37, jailed for High Wycombe thefts

Man, 37, jailed for High Wycombe thefts

Man, 37, jailed for High Wycombe thefts

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A THIEF has been jailed for two and a half years following two burglaries in High Wycombe.

Daniel Hare, of Lynchfield Road, High Wycombe, was sentenced to 30 months behind bars at Aylesbury Crown Court on July 21.

The 37-year-old was convicted of burgling a house in Tilling Crescent, High Wycombe, on April 24 – stealing electrical equipment and a car, which was later found abandoned not far from the house.

The same day he was caught pinching bottles of wine from Tesco Express in Hatters Lane.

Hare was arrested and charged on the following day with the offences.

Investigating officer PC Dale Lester said: “This sentence sends out a strong message that reports of burglary are taken seriously by Thames Valley Police.

“It reflects on the intrusive and distressing nature of the crime and I hope it brings some sense of closure to the victim.”

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11:13am Wed 30 Jul 14

Mr Totterdge Hill says...

"Investigating officer PC Dale Lester said: “This sentence sends out a strong message that reports of burglary are taken seriously by Thames Valley Police."
I thought the magistrates dealt with sentencing?
No matter at last some real punishment... if not for the colour TV, pool tables & 3 square meals a day. How about some hard labour... cutting the grass at road junctions for instance?
"Investigating officer PC Dale Lester said: “This sentence sends out a strong message that reports of burglary are taken seriously by Thames Valley Police." I thought the magistrates dealt with sentencing? No matter at last some real punishment... if not for the colour TV, pool tables & 3 square meals a day. How about some hard labour... cutting the grass at road junctions for instance? Mr Totterdge Hill
  • Score: 10

12:29pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Knowitallnewby says...

Mr Totterdge Hill wrote:
"Investigating officer PC Dale Lester said: “This sentence sends out a strong message that reports of burglary are taken seriously by Thames Valley Police."
I thought the magistrates dealt with sentencing?
No matter at last some real punishment... if not for the colour TV, pool tables & 3 square meals a day. How about some hard labour... cutting the grass at road junctions for instance?
Cutting grass can be very exhausting. Do u think that maybe just a little bit harsh ? Never mind let's have a game if pool first. Worry about that later. After all cutting the grass is not that important........ Till someone dies .
[quote][p][bold]Mr Totterdge Hill[/bold] wrote: "Investigating officer PC Dale Lester said: “This sentence sends out a strong message that reports of burglary are taken seriously by Thames Valley Police." I thought the magistrates dealt with sentencing? No matter at last some real punishment... if not for the colour TV, pool tables & 3 square meals a day. How about some hard labour... cutting the grass at road junctions for instance?[/p][/quote]Cutting grass can be very exhausting. Do u think that maybe just a little bit harsh ? Never mind let's have a game if pool first. Worry about that later. After all cutting the grass is not that important........ Till someone dies . Knowitallnewby
  • Score: 2

12:39pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Flackwell says...

Good - vermin of society
Good - vermin of society Flackwell
  • Score: 5

10:56pm Wed 30 Jul 14

England must be saved says...

Tony Martin - Norfolk Farmer .. his sentencing works best and is a sure fire way to prevent this vile, sink scum, wart of the a*se of humanity ever committing again. Civil liberties Brigade ... if you're offended, guess what? ... you're part of the problem !!
Tony Martin - Norfolk Farmer .. his sentencing works best and is a sure fire way to prevent this vile, sink scum, wart of the a*se of humanity ever committing again. Civil liberties Brigade ... if you're offended, guess what? ... you're part of the problem !! England must be saved
  • Score: 4

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