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Man Accused Of Concealing Thousands Of Pounds In Home's Gutter

Thursday January 2 2014




A MAN accused of hiding £11,000 in cash in a gutter at his home has been sent to Sheffield Crown Court.

Shane Darlington, 31, of Keresforth Hall Road, Kingstone, will make his first appearance on January 3.

He denied concealing criminal property and also possessing cocaine with intent to supply at Barnsley Magistrates' Court.

He was granted unconditional bail.

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Reply Posted by Jo on Thursday January 2 2014 at 16:35
I bet he's guttered lol

Reply Posted by Craig on Thursday January 2 2014 at 17:47
that was funny Jo but on a serious note i hope he gets what he desrves.

Reply Posted by To jo from LOL on Friday January 3 2014 at 08:22
YES IT WAS A GOOD FLUSH.

Reply Posted by warrior on Thursday January 2 2014 at 17:58
" Granted unconditional Bail" and also possession of Cocaine with intent to supply.

This scum bag deserves to be treated with the justice this modern Society needs to be protected from people like him.

200 lashes outside Town Hall on Saturday Morning and the Remaining Cocaine feed to him in one go.

If he is still alive send to Iraq and Afghanistan to walk in a line with the rest of the the scum bags.In front of our brave Men/women walking on bombs causing horrific disabilities.

Just a GOOD Idea.



Reply Posted by tony on Thursday January 2 2014 at 19:00
I love reading these reports from the courts then the comments that get posted. It dont matter if its a driving offence, shoplifting or drugs, the same people aee here week in, week out, " hang em, send em to iraq, not long enough sentence" ! They live for it, them in their perfect, whiter than white lives who never put a foot wrong. ! And worse of it is, they really think folk are taking a blind bit of notice. Keep twitching your curtains and phoning the police if folk fart on the streets, your making a big difference to the town. lol

Reply Posted by Warrior on Thursday January 2 2014 at 20:01
tony I trust you are in there league.

Reply Posted by Daisy on Thursday January 2 2014 at 23:33
The silly sod keeping eleven grand in his gutter. For a modest fee he could have rented a safety deposit box.

Reply Posted by Daisy on Thursday January 2 2014 at 23:38
@tony - totally agree with you love. I am sure I saw a 'hang em' comment on here after a court report where a man was fined for a miniscule amount of cannabis. Hilarious. I almost posted a link to Liberty!

Reply Posted by ... on Friday January 3 2014 at 02:20
Lol what happened to the money then ?? Nice Christmas bonus for the old 5O there

Reply Posted by Twinkletinkle on Friday January 3 2014 at 07:07
hilarious @steven someone obviously taking mick there... Heard the "do you know who I am" before!! some people don't ever change, supply & demand society tho...

Reply Posted by chav hater on Friday January 3 2014 at 07:30
Tony the drug dealer's pal and Ally Rawson the orange faced chavette..do u condone what the low life does? So u dont mind if somebody ransacks ur house to get money to pay this liw life for drugs?..ur scum if u support him

Reply Posted by Mad, Bad & Dangerous to Know on Friday January 3 2014 at 08:42
He takes after his dad, a real proper bullying gangster, sorry for his mum, a real nice lass

Reply Posted by Tony on Friday January 3 2014 at 11:22
@chav hater & warrior
No im not in their league nor do i condone any drug related activity. I am simply stating a fact about the same people with their Hang Em All attitude every week ! They are like parrots amd nothing they say or print will alter the sentence given. Then theres the folk i DO know commenting who have relatives commiting crime in the area but quick to report others or point the fimger. But thats Barnsley for you, always has been !

Reply Posted by E on Friday January 3 2014 at 15:13
Some people who comment on here really don't live in real world. What about peodaphiles rapists n murderers? Far worse crimes.

Reply Posted by Tony on Friday January 3 2014 at 17:33
I stated on a case a while ago, Former home secretary mr whitelaw introduced the short sharp shock, 3 or 6 months detention center. This catered for mainly 1st/2nd time offenders and were run like an army camp. Up at 6am constant work and P.E. and bed at 9pm, no smoking.
Not many people sentenced to this went on to offend as adults, But along witb Borstal training, it was replaced by Youth custody in the mid 80s which is too soft on offenders. If the TV's phones games consoles and choice of meals was replaced with 23 hour bang up with nothing, then you would see an alarming drop in re-offending !