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Man pleads guilty over petrol station incident

Friday January 20 2017

A MAN has pleaded guilty to injuring a worker at a Barnsley petrol station in a hit and run as he attempted to steal fuel.

Scott Dearing drove into Michelle Carr at the Jet petrol station in Park Road on December 4.

Dearing, 30, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty at Sheffield Crown Court to assault, dangerous driving and theft in relation to the incident.

Dearing also admitted two counts of theft of a number plate, a second count of stealing fuel and two charges of driving whilst disqualified.

Dearing's passenger, 28-year-old Charlene Beadman, of Jennings Close, Rotherham, admitted one count of theft relating to the incident at the Jet Petrol station.

Both denied a charge of robbery.

Dearing will be sentenced on February 7.

Beadman is due to be sentenced on February 14.

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Reply Posted by jay on Friday January 20 2017 at 11:37
they want locking up and key throwing away scumbags hopefully someone will teach them a lesson inside people like them deserve all they get

Reply Posted by John P on Friday January 20 2017 at 13:09
Obvious that driving ban is total waste of time.Hope this is reflected in a strong custodial sentence.

Reply Posted by b on Friday January 20 2017 at 18:35
Would u find it hillarius if it was one of your family members ....


no dnt think u would !!!

Reply Posted by vanman on Sunday January 22 2017 at 11:11
I doubt they will lock him up, just give him an extended ban and a slap on the wrist. They should make him drink every last drop of the petrol that he was trying to steal - he wouldn't do it again.....

Reply Posted by Mr S on Sunday January 22 2017 at 15:05
He certainly wouldn't do it again.......he'd be dead.

Reply Posted by thegrimreaper on Monday January 23 2017 at 10:55
A severe thrashing is the only language these scumbags understand . Thrash him i say.

Reply Posted by vanman on Monday January 23 2017 at 16:12
I think offenders like these should also be named and shamed publicly, paraded in front of the Town Hall so that everybody knows who they are and what they've done.