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Author Topic: Physical attacks/threats on staff.  (Read 176501 times)

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Re: Physical attacks/threats on staff.
« Reply #600 on: 10-05-20, 11:01PM »
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Re: Physical attacks/threats on staff.
« Reply #601 on: 25-05-20, 10:59AM »
Robber threatened to stab worker just months after release from prison

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Steven Wilson, 26, was jailed for four-and-a-half years following his part in an armed robbery at the Spar store in St Augustine’s, Norwich, in 2017 during which staff were threatened with a knife.

Norwich Crown Court heard that on March 26 this year - just months after being released from prison and just three days after the coronavirus lockdown began - Wilson entered the Tesco Express store on Aylsham Road.
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Re: Physical attacks/threats on staff.
« Reply #602 on: 25-05-20, 04:35PM »
So Wilson goes on a spree a few weeks after getting out early from a previous sentence, and now gets four years, so might well be out in two, even less if time on remand gets deducted from the custodial time, hardly seems like a sufficient punishment does it really.
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Re: Physical attacks/threats on staff.
« Reply #603 on: 25-05-20, 05:30PM »
No where near enough.  >:(
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