handling stolen goods


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handling stolen goods

the crime in English law of receiving goods or undertaking or assisting in the retention, removal, disposal or realization for another, knowing or believing them to be stolen. For Scotland, see RESET.
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The boy, arrested at around 3am, was charged in relation to car key burglaries, handling stolen goods, and possession of cannabis.
A TEENAGER was handed a suspended sentence for offences of assault and handling stolen goods.
A GANG jailed for handling stolen goods were caught bare-chested trying on clothes swiped from a designer shop.
A 41-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit burglary, money laundering and handling stolen goods.
Vincent Clegg, 53, pleaded guilty to handling stolen goods taken from a home in Cyncoed on November 8, 2012.
Robert Coulson, 43, of Graig Park Road, Newport, Miles Bishop, 33, of Pillmawr Circle, Newport, and Steven Gorry, 30, of Sycamore Avenue, Newport, each denied a charge of conspiracy to commit burglary and a conspiracy to steal cars, while Gareth Elliott, 37, of Stanley Road, Pontypool, denied one count of handling stolen goods.
Now the pair have been locked up for a total of almost 15 years for offences including burglary, theft and handling stolen goods.
He denies charges of handling stolen goods and dangerous driving.
A 48-year-old man was also arrested on suspicion of handling stolen goods.
Barnard was accused of handling stolen goods and two counts of fraud and was to be given a police caution.
Young arrests for robbery have seen the biggest drop over the past five years, down 62 per cent to 5,341, followed by a 61 per cent drop in arrests for theft and handling stolen goods, down to 19,472 arrests in 2014/15.
He also pleaded not guilty to robbing a handbag, iPad, iPhone, PS200, an Ulster Bank card and an American Express card but admitted handling stolen goods.