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Two teenagers guilty of stealing booze

Posted Mon 9th August 2010 at 17:09

Two teenagers pleaded guilty to stealing £100 worth of beer at the Court of Alderney.

Andrew Grogan, 18, of Queen Elizabeth II Street, and a second defendant, who cannot be named for legal reasons, admitted taking 21 cans of Bavaria, 12 bottles of Corona, 12 bottles of London Pride, 10 cans of Guinness and seven cans of Blackthorn from Alderney Football Club on May 28.

The defendants both pleaded not guilty to trespassing with the intention to steal.

Chief Inspector Philip Falla, prosecuting, dismissed the trespassing and intention to steal charge following the pleas.

Advocate Paul Lockwood, mitigating, said social enquiry reports would need to be carried out on both defendants and asked for the case to be adjourned.

Jurats agreed the case would be heard on October 7. The defendants were released on unconditional bail.

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