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Tracker led to chop shop boss who was breaking up luxury Range Rovers

Discussion in 'General Land Rover Forum' started by Interceptorxj, Feb 19, 2020.

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  1. Interceptorxj

    Interceptorxj Well-Known Member

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    The court heard that Doherty has previous convictions fro handling stolen goods in 1994,1997 and 2009.

    "This is not the first occasion when Mr Doherty has found himself before the court in connection with dealings with other people's cars," said Mr Howie.

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    Then come the sob story of breakup of 29 year relationship. Really??

    2 year getting free B & B but out in 1 year


    A joke for a lifelong thieving scumbag, guess what he will be back doing in 2021?
     
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    And again in 2023 after another 2 year break.....
    But it does show the benefit of trackers, even if they couldn't get a signal they were at least out looking.
     
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    Is this a premonition? Although probably pretty accurate. I'm all for summary execution of car thieves.
     
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    As well as a hefty prison term he should have all of the assets of him and his wife confiscated to pay towards the loss suffered by his victims.

    Col
     
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    Agreed, the prison spells aren't deterring him. Let's see some decent "proceeds of crime" recovery.
     
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    +1...

    also, their imprisonment costs paid for by their families withought dhss benefits given...

    prison used to be a punishment...


    Rich.
     
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