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Court: Hornchurch man sentenced to unpaid work after being found guilty of receiving stolen goods

PUBLISHED: 09:03 05 November 2012

PC Kevin Hughes, 42, from Brentwood, was found not guilty of making racist comments. Picture: PA Wire/Press Association Images

PC Kevin Hughes, 42, from Brentwood, was found not guilty of making racist comments. Picture: PA Wire/Press Association Images

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Hornchurch man Kirk Douglas, 37, dishonestly received a stolen Sony PSP, a watch and four Xbox games, magistrates heard.

Douglas, who was found guilty on September 28, was sentenced at Barkingside Magistrates’ Court on Monday October 22 to 120 hours’ unpaid work. He had pleaded not guilty.

Douglas, of Grenfell Avenue, must also pay £300 costs.

The stolen goods belonged to Daniel Hughes.


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