MAN CHARGED WITH SEVEN COUNTS OF STEALING FROM PENARTH SHOP

A police van in Penarth town centre

South Wales Police say that a 41 year old man of no fixed abode – Paul Hingston – has been charged with seven counts of theft from a shop in Penarth.

Hingston – who had been on the police wanted list – has appeared before Cardiff Magistrates who remanded him in custody

He is  next due to appear in court on Wednesday this week.

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6 Responses to MAN CHARGED WITH SEVEN COUNTS OF STEALING FROM PENARTH SHOP

  1. Andrew Worsley says:

    This item shows 2 shop fronts so which is it?.

  2. Peter Church says:

    Neither, he is of “no fixed above”
    easy typo to make!!

  3. Andrew Worsley says:

    God knows what medication your taking Peter Church but the sentence you just spouted means nothing but gobbledegook.

    • Peter Church says:

      The PDN article had ‘above’ instead of ‘abode’ which has now been corrected.
      You do get on your high hobby horse Andrew! (maybe a Trotsky thing, I’m not sure)
      If you were only as critical of some of the gobbledegook that Jeremy Corbyn spouts people might take you more seriously 🙂

  4. Andrew Worsley says:

    But then Peter Church i’m not a rabid Tory supporter unlike yourself , correction to your words , Jeremy Corbyn does not spout gobbledegook , I think the name your looking for is Theresa May , this God awful woman who has the support of BBC bias, the support of big business with assets and tax havens overseas and the Jewish involvement ,always that sort of involvement when big money is involved , smearing Mr Corbyn as Anti Semite so as to cripple his chances , even the latest ogre to use this tactic a certain Mrs Hodge ,herself had even said , “Jeremy Corbyn himself is not anti Semite” then covered this truism under a pile of verbiage to conceal she had ever said it. This country is not in the terrible state its in now because of Mr Corbyn , its because of the grasping , bloated , arrogant , greedy , awful , ghastly , snouts in the troughs , grab what you can behaviour of this wretched , lacking , self serving so called Tory Govt. I do realise Peter Church right wing people like yourself are all too happy to make comparisons with people like Trotsky etc and for some reason have to quote an extreme view of left wing ideas. But by the same token are blind to any faults in the right wing , its called a blinkered view of the world or as in this case wilful blindness……………………………as in the saying , “Theres none so blind as those who WILL NOT see”.

    • Peter Church says:

      I’m not a rabid Conservative, I did vote labour for many years, but like many I am not blind to the fact that Labour is being pulled over a cliff by Marxist and Leftist nonsense, propagated largely by momentum.
      Even the elected Labour Deputy Leader who won’t speak at conference this year, he now has such contempt for how a once great party is now being lead by fools ans Semites, he won’t even comment on the leader.
      Deselecting honest hard working Labour MPs, how can you even support this, ideology gone mad.
      I do feel pity that people like you have trust in Corbyn, but more so the conniving John Mc Donald who is the real evil power behind the throne.
      Perhaps you and many others should again look at Neil Kinnock’s speech in 1985 where he said:
      “I’ll tell you what happens with impossible promises. You start with far-fetched resolutions. They are then pickled into a rigid dogma, a code, and you go through the years sticking to that, out-dated, mis-placed, irrelevant to the real needs, and you end up in the grotesque chaos of a Labour council, a Labour council, hiring taxis to scuttle round a city handing out redundancy notices to its own workers.”

      Remind you of anything happening in Labour today Andrew??

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