Supervision order for prolific offender from Scunthorpe with 96 previous convictions
A prolific offender from Scunthorpe who raided a store and medical centre has again been in court.
Luke Cadman, 31, of Mulgrave Street, admitted burglary on July 23, taking a vehicle without consent and having no insurance and licence on July 24, and asked for offences of burglary and theft from a vehicle on the same day to be considered.
Stephen Robinson, prosecuting, told Grimsby Crown Court that Cadman, who had 96 previous convictions, entered the Home Bargains shop in Scunthorpe and stole two purses, containing cash, and a mobile phone from a staff room.
He also burgled the first floor of Ironstone Medical Centre and took mobile phones.
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Cadman also took a car without consent from Scunthorpe and stole a satellite navigation system from the glove box, Mr Robinson said.
Cadman was given a one-year supervision order, including a year's drug treatment, and was banned from driving for 18 months.