A 32-year-old man charged with stealing booze from a Bourne supermarket has been told to stay away from all shops until his next court date.
Matthew Dye, formerly of West Parade, Spalding, appeared before Lincoln magistrates yesterday (Tuesday) accused of
stealing five bottles of whisky, worth £150, from Sainsbury’s in Bourne on Sunday.
Dye is also charged with driving a Honada Civic car along Queen’s Road, Spalding, whilst disqualified and failing to stop for a police officer, also on Sunday.
Magistrates remanded on Dye on conditional bail until the next hearing in Lincoln on May 16, ordering him not to enter any retailers, except Co-op in Holbeach and Lloyds Pharmacy in Spalding.
TUESDAY 4.05PM Serial shoplifter in court again after arrest in Bourne
A convicted shoplifter released just five weeks into a 26-week jail term has appeared in court charged with stealing from a supermarket in Bourne.
Matthew Dye (32), formerly of West Parade, Spalding, appeared before Lincoln magistrates today accused of stealing five bottles of whisky worth £150 from Sainsbury’s in Exeter Street on Sunday.
Dye also faces charges of driving a Honda Civic car, whilst disqualified, along Queen’s Road, Spalding, and failing to stop when asked to by a police officer, both offences having also taken place on Sunday.
News of the outcome to Dye’s hearing as soon as we get it...