"This is a young man with no previous convictions, who accepts full responsibility for his behaviour," Mr Sayce said.Hmmm, and while he was breaking one law, he seems to have decided to be hung for a sheep as well as a lamb:
Makepeace also pleaded guilty to criminal damage.
He admitted three additional charges, of burglary, theft and attempted theft – offences committed in Wood Gate, Loughborough, while on bail for squatting.Well, a stay in jail will resolve his accommodation 'problem' quite handily. Oh, Silly me.
Magistrate David Womersley sentenced Makepeace to 18 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, for burglary and a total of nine weeks in prison, also suspended, for trespass, theft and attempted theft – to run concurrently.*sighs*