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EXCLUSIVE: Hungry thief burgled same pub eight times over two weeks to steal food

A HUNGRY burglar struck at the same pub eight times over two weeks.

Badru Brimah, 52, from Margravine Road, west London, entered the Pear Tree Pub (above), which was just a few hundred metres from his home to steal food on dates from August 13 to August 30.

He admitted the offences today (Saturday) at Westminster Magistrates' Court.

Brimah was given conditional bail ahead of his sentence next month.

He is on a curfew between 10pm and 6am daily and must not enter the pub.

At the same court today a drunk was jailed for nine months for attacking a female police officer and abusing another.

Anthony Boylan, 48, from Higher Broad Lane, Redruth, Cornwall, attacked PC Adams at Fleet Place, in the City of London, on Thursday, September 17.

At Westminster Magistrates' Court today he admitted assaulting an emergency worker and was jailed for five months.

He also admitted at the same location on the same day causing harassment to a PC Kasasa for which he was jailed for a further four months.

Boylan also admitted having an open container of alcohol on his person in breach of a criminal behaviour order made at Blackfriars Crown Court on February 5 2018.

For that offence he got one month in prison but it will be served concurrently with the others.

Magistrates said the offences were so serious due to his poor record of offending.

In December Essex News and Investigations revealed how Boylan was earlier accused of breaching the order, which also banned him from entering any rail stations unless to travel immediately with the means to pay for a journey, at Charring Cross station on Christmas Eve and the racially or religiously aggravated intentional harassment alarm or distress of another person.

The court threw the book at Jerneil Lindo, 18, from Blackthorn Road, Ilford, east London.

GUILTY: Lindo was sent to a young offenders' institute

Lindo, who had a history of going missing as a younger teen, admitted unlawful possession of a large knife at Aldgate, in the city, on Thursday and was sentenced to six months in a young offenders institute with a £128 victim surcharge.

At the same court on Saturday, Lee Anthony Dwyer, 39, from Arlington Road, Camden, north London, has given a three-year criminal behaviour order banning him from several roads in the KIng's Cross and Euston areas.

It was after he admitted abusing PC Danile Hughes at Kings Cross train station on August 30 this year.

He was also fined £50 with a victim surcharge of £34.

Duran Tarah Egal, 55, from Boyton Road, Hornsey, north London, was fined £50 with a victim surcharge of £34 after he admitted drink and disorderly behaviour at Bishopsgate in the City of London on Thursday.


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