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VIOLENCE Cartledge has an eight-year term HOUSEBREAKER Smyth is in for six years
The two men were released three days before a convicted murderer and a housebreaker were allowed to walk free from court in Lanarkshire.
Housebreaker Daryl Peacock started chatting away when victim Andrew Lloyd decided to ring his own mobile number.
They included Parker, the Cockney housebreaker turned butler who helped Lady Penelope save the day whenever the Thunderbirds pilots ran into
Though, essentially, that's just a housebreaker with type 2 diabetes.
At Cardiff Quarter Sessions, a 17-year-old girl housebreaker from Ely who stole clothing worth pounds 30 while she was already on remand was sent to Borstal for three years.
Being a gifted jockey shouldn't excuse him any alleged misdemeanour, any more than a judge should release a housebreaker because he runs a successful locksmith's business.
But he falls into the clutches of Fagin (Ben Kingsley) and his gang of thieves, led by housebreaker Bill Sykes (Jamie Foreman), his mistress Nancy and cheeky pickpocket The Artful Dodger (Harry Eden).
Oliver runs away to London, in search of a better life but falls into the clutches of Fagin (Ben Kingsley) and his gang of thieves, led by housebreaker Bill Sykes (Jamie Foreman), his mistress Nancy (Leanne Rowe) and cheeky pickpocket The Artful Dodger (Harry Eden).
But after the bungled release of housebreaker Colin Watson and murderer Jamie McCormick from court on Thursday the rollout of the scheme across Scotland has been shelved.
The man holds the 2010 record for the housebreaker with most crimes without being jailed, new Justice Ministry figures show.