Court dismisses dog death case against neighbour – The Guardian

Posted September 1st, 2009 in criminal damage, dogs, news by sally

“A company director who killed his neighbour’s dog by hitting it with a garden hoe after a long-running feud had the case against him dismissed today.”

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The Guardian, 28th August 2009

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You twot! Judge brands club flood prankster – The Independent

Posted August 14th, 2009 in criminal damage, news, sentencing by sally

“A student who caused £150,000 of damage to a nightclub in an ‘alcohol-fuelled act of buffoonery’ was branded a ‘twot’ by a judge today.”

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The Independent, 13th August 2009

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‘Suicide mission’ driver jailed – BBC News

Posted July 24th, 2009 in criminal damage, dangerous driving, news, sentencing by sally

“A driver who tried to kill himself by crashing his car into the front of a department store has been jailed.”

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BBC News, 24th July 2009

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Police end probe of 67 protesters – BBC News

Posted July 7th, 2009 in conspiracy, criminal damage, news, trespass by sally

“More than half the 114 people arrested in Nottingham over a suspected demonstration at a power station will not face charges, police have said.”

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BBC News, 6th July 2009

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Prisoner jailed for bomb threat – BBC News

Posted March 6th, 2009 in criminal damage, news, sentencing by sally

“A former English teacher who threatened to blow up a Hampshire hospital with a car bomb has been jailed for 16 months.”

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BBC News, 6th March 2009

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Tory candidate spared jail for ‘vile’ hate campaign against rivals – The Guardian

Posted October 14th, 2008 in criminal damage, harassment, news, political parties, sentencing by sally

“A former Tory prospective parliamentary candidate today escaped a jail sentence after mounting a vicious hate campaign against political rivals in his constituency.”

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The Guardian, 13th October 2008

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Rail damage graffiti group jailed – BBC News

Posted October 10th, 2008 in criminal damage, news, railways, sentencing by sally

“Four graffiti vandals have been jailed after admitting causing an estimated £50,000 of damage to trains and chaos to services in the South East.”

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BBC News, 10th October 2008

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Sacked gardener cleared of poisoning judge’s lawn – The Guardian

Posted October 7th, 2008 in criminal damage, news by sally

“A country gardener has been cleared of poisoning a retired high court judge’s lawn after being sacked following a long-running feud with the judge’s horticulturist wife.”

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The Guardian, 6th October 2008

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Power station protesters cleared – BBC News

Posted September 10th, 2008 in criminal damage, demonstrations, news by sally

“Six Greenpeace activists have been found not guilty of causing criminal damage during a protest in Kent.”

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BBC News, 10th September 2008

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Council orders pensioners to clean up graffiti or face £1,000 fines – Daily Telegraph

Posted August 11th, 2008 in criminal damage, news by sally

“Pensioners whose homes were vandalised with graffiti have been threatened with fines of up to £1,000 if they do not have it cleaned up.”

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Daily Telegraph, 11th August 2008

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Gardener accused of poisoning former judge’s plants – Daily Telegraph

Posted July 1st, 2008 in criminal damage, judges, news by sally

“Sir Richard Tucker, for years one of the country’s most senior judges, is heading for court in a row with his former gardener over poisoned plants.”

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Daily Telegraph, 29th June 2008

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Train attack youth’s sentence cut – BBC News

Posted February 20th, 2008 in criminal damage, news, sentencing, young offenders by sally

” A youth who dropped masonry from a bridge shattering a train’s windscreen and hitting the driver of a separate train has had his prison sentence cut.”

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BBC News, 20th February 2008

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Judge regrets jailing man in neighbour feud – Daily Telegraph

Posted February 8th, 2008 in criminal damage, firearms, news, sentencing by sally

“A judge has spoken of his ‘regret’ at having to jail a pensioner for five years for firing a pistol at a neighbour’s car after a long-running feud.”

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Daily Telegraph, 8th February 2008

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Wife’s shoes destroyed by husband as revenge – Daily Telegraph

Posted January 4th, 2008 in criminal damage, divorce, news by sally

“A businessman took revenge on his wife for divorcing him by destroying one shoe of every pair she owned before suggesting that he had given them to Lady McCartney, a court heard yesterday.”

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Daily Telegraph, 4th January 2008

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Graffiti prison terms overturned – BBC News

Posted October 30th, 2007 in ASBOs, criminal damage, news, sentencing by sally

“Two graffiti artists jailed for spray painting trains and railway bridges have had their sentences overturned.”

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BBC News, 29th October 2007

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Pair guilty over break-in at base – BBC News

Posted July 9th, 2007 in conspiracy, criminal damage, news, war crimes by michael

“Two peace activists who broke into RAF Fairford and attacked US military vehicles have been found guilty of conspiracy to commit criminal damage.”

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BBC News, 6th July 2007

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Peace pair ‘stopping war crime’ – BBC News

Posted July 2nd, 2007 in conspiracy, criminal damage, news, war crimes by michael

Two anti-war campaigners who broke into an RAF base in Gloucestershire said they were acting to stop a war crime. ”

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BBC News, 2nd July 2007 

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Fairford Two strike blow for anti-war protesters after jury decide they were acting to stop crime – The Guardian

Posted May 29th, 2007 in criminal damage, news by sally

“Ruling seen as ‘judicial endorsement’ of attempts to stop B52 bombers.” 

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The Guardian, 26th May 2007

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