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.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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Matthew Moore, 39, of Wanlip Lane, Birstall, has been charged with burglary dwelling between 5 July and 10 July; handling stolen goods; possession of an offensive weapon a 2 August; and a number of firearms offences between 5 July and 3 August.
And West Midlands Police have today confirmed that they arrested three men - on suspicion of handling stolen goods.
And West Midlands Police have today confirmed that theyarrested three men- on suspicion of handling stolen goods.
Dean Stanway, 26, Macaulay Coutts, 23, and Alex Higson, 23, all from Wythenshawe, admitted charges including handling stolen goods.
Tait, 27, who has 74 previous convictions, admitted burglary and was also suspected of targeting another house that night, although prosecutors accepted a guilty plea to handling stolen goods in relation to that raid.
Donnelly, of Bolton Court, Grove Hill, Middlesbrough, appearing in court via video link to Durham Prison, admitted attempted burglary and handling stolen goods.
The magistrate sent them behind bars without an option of a fine after they were found guilty of handling stolen goods in Matuu town after the March 10 incident.
He admitted an additional three counts of handling stolen goods. He was sentenced in his absence after he absconded during the trial.
They were quizzed on suspicion of handling stolen goods and theft.
The boy, arrested at around 3am, was charged in relation to car key burglaries, handling stolen goods, and possession of cannabis.
A GANG jailed for handling stolen goods were caught bare-chested trying on clothes swiped from a designer shop.
Vincent Clegg, 53, pleaded guilty to handling stolen goods taken from a home in Cyncoed on November 8, 2012.