March 27th, 2009


Posted in The Job - General by 200

Muppet breaks into a police car
It’s probably safe to assume that Dean Hancock, 29, from Bristol hasn’t learned his lesson.

Hancock, a serial thief, was caught breaking into a trap car which had been rigged with video cameras by the local police. He forced the door of the police-owned Peugeot before stealing a purse which had been left as a ‘honeypot’ trap.

Hancock is either stupid or unlucky – I think probably the second – as this was the second trapped vehicle he has been videoed breaking into. The previous 32 week suspended sentence clearly did nothing to thwart him from his naughty ways. It won’t be any surprise to discover that he’s a druggie who spookily failed to comply with the terms of substance-related offending course.

A six week jail sentence together with an activation of his previous sentence should prevent him from breaking into police cars for, ooh, about 4 and a bit months.

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  1. Alpha Tango says:

    Allegedly, it’s quite easy to obtain drugs in prison, they are thrown over the wall in some cat prisons.

    So, whose the fool?

    Hancock has board and lodgings paid- at the expense of the tax payer whilst serving his sentence, free food, sports facilities, sky tv, free health care etc

    That will be about 6 weeeks until release, and we can begin all over again. ” Tough on crime and the causes of crime” Some of the most hollow words ever spoken.

    Some say a Mr G Brown apparently,came up with that phrase for his predecessor whilst in opposition.

    Sounds good, reality somewhat different

    March 28th, 2009 at 12:56

  2. Tony F says:

    You think he will even serve 4.5 months? I admire your optimism.

    As for drugs in prison, I think anyone caught throwing the stuff over the walls should find themselves on the inside that very moment. No trial, just instant incarceration.

    March 28th, 2009 at 17:07

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