Scott McFayden, beforehand an inhabitant of Bognor Regis - however presently of no proper location - was condemned for a very long time at Crawley Magistrates' Court prior this month.

He had been accused of endeavored thievery, with plan to take, following a trespass occurrence on June 18, 2020 at Timothy Roe Fine Jewelry in South Street, Chichester.

Would-be thief spared jail sentence after incident at Chichester jewellery shop
Would-be thief spared jail sentence after incident at Chichester jewellery shop

According to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), he additionally conceded to criminal harm and burglary from a shop during the hearing.

Would-be thief spared jail sentence after incident at Chichester jewellery shop
Would-be thief spared jail sentence after incident at Chichester jewellery shop

"He was condemned to 24 weeks detainment, suspended for a considerable length of time," a CPS representative said.

"He was given a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement of 20 days and needs to go to a liquor treatment programme."

Would-be thief spared jail sentence after incident at Chichester jewellery shop
Would-be thief spared jail sentence after incident at Chichester jewellery shop

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