Louth man pleads guilty to damaging supermarket window

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A Louth man has been sentenced after pleading guilty to damaging a supermarket window last month.

Tyron George Hardy, 20, of Queen Street, Louth, has been ordered to pay compensation after damaging a window belonging to the Morrisons supermarket in Eastgate on February 25.

Hardy pleaded guilty to the offence at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on February 27, and was subsequently ordered to pay £300 compensation to the supermarket.

He was also ordered to pay £50 in court costs. No victim surcharge was imposed.