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Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Workington man steals £2,500 from angling groups

A man has admitted stealing more than £2,500 of cash from two angling groups as well as breaching a sex offenders’ order.

Gary Randall Davies, 56, of Firth View Walk, Workington, stole £1,531.66 from the North West Sea Angling League and £1,094.95 from the Workington and District Sea Angling Club between January 1, 2012 and January 25 this year.

He also admitted having and using two mobile phones and a laptop, all with internet access, which did not have police monitoring software installed on them.

He was prohibited from having those devices under the terms of an order made at Carlisle Crown Court in 2004.

His case, at West Cumbria Magistrates’ Court, was committed to Carlisle Crown Court for sentencing on May 16.

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