Horncastle man guilty of theft from Louth B&Q

Crime
Crime

A Horncastle man has pleaded guilty to two charges, including one of theft from a B&Q store on Louth’s Industrial Estate.

Geoffrey Francis Finlow, 28, of Bull Ring, Horncastle, appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on May 1, where he pleaded guilty to stealing £62 worth of TV bracket components from the B&Q store on February 24.

He also pleaded guilty to threatening or abusive words/behaviour towards two people in Bull Ring, Horncastle, on April 22.

Finlow was granted conditional bail until his June 6, to allow time for a pre-sentence report to be prepared.