Wigan teen to learn his fate after series of crimes
A Wigan teenager will be sentenced by a judge after admitting to a series of crimes.
Anthony Barrington, 19, of Forest Avenue, Beech Hill, appeared before Wigan justices to admit to interfering with a Mercedes Luton van on November 21, breaking Deborah Lomax’s mobile phone the day after, then damaging Daira Freidenfelde’s Vauxhall Corsa, trying to break into a Renault Clio and stealing Darren Allington’s £500 jacket, all on December 12. He will be sentenced at Bolton Crown Court on April 16.
In February, Barrington was given a suspended detention order for breaking into Sacred Heart RC Primary in Springfield and breaching a community order attached to a previous suspended sentence for having a lock knife in Torquay.
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