Prosecuting, Rachel Woods said Sinead Heaton, 40, was not charged in relation to that offence but with aggravated vehicle taking after she was found in the driver’s seat of the car hours after the robbery.
The court heard that when Heaton got out of the car she dropped the key to Mr Pritt’s mobility vehicle, which had also been stolen from the victim’s Preston home on July 28.
As she got out of the car Heaton told police: “I don’t even know how to drive.”She certainly knows how to, ummm, procreate.
Following the incident police decided to re-visit a conditional caution she had been given for affray on July 3.Sound decision, but a bit of a waste of their time, when she has a Victimhood Card to play...
She pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicle taking, affray, and driving while uninsured and without a licence.
She was given a 20-month custodial sentence, suspended for 18 months, and ordered to complete a 40 day rehabilitation activity requirement./facepalm
Judge Philip Parry said: “You looked quite properly suitably ashamed when you saw yourself on the footage. When you are sober, as you are now, it looks awful. You should be ashamed of your behaviour on that evening.”Yeah, right. That'll happen.