Teenager locked up for eight months after breaching court order
LUCK finally ran out for a teenager when he was locked up after failing to take a court order seriously enough.
James Ryan, 19, of Garibaldi House, Grimsby, admitted breaching a supervision and unpaid work ordered imposed at Grimsby Crown Court on June 15 for two burglary offences.
He and an accomplice had twice raided the Number 1 Refreshment Rooms, near Cleethorpes railway station, and stolen alcohol on March 3.
Andrew Bailey, mitigating, said James had shown an “extremely poor performance” on the order and had not taken it sufficiently seriously or organised himself properly.
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Judge Mark Bury told Ryan: “I gave you a chance. You have thrown it away.”
Ryan was sent to a young offenders’ institution for eight months.