Man who stole police car on Crayford night out is jailed for 10 weeks

Ricky Stevens (shown with unrelated injuries).

Ricky Stevens (shown with unrelated injuries).

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A man who stole a police car on a night out in Crayford has been jailed for 10 weeks.

Ricky Stevens, 25, jumped in the Ford Focus and drove up to 100m down Iron Mill Lane while two female police offers were struggling to deal with his rowdy brother and two friends.

The foursome had been out together at the Bear and Ragged Staff pub in London Road on the night of April 12 when they were asked to leave at about 9pm because of their disruptive behaviour.

Stevens and his 27-year-old brother Arron, both of Bosworth House in Saltford Close, Erith, had words with the doorman as they were ushered out.

Prosecutor Rachel Mahony told Bexley Magistrates’ Court today: "They began kicking the pub doors trying to regain entry.

"Ricky Stevens started throwing beer bottles towards the pub windows and kicked through a glass window next to the door."

The brothers and friend Aaron Dwyer, 35, were then joined by Lee Hendy, 25, who had still been inside the pub while they were trying to force their way in.

The group set off on foot down the middle of Crayford Way, stopping a bus in its tracks and forcing it to turn its engine off while one of them kicked it.

Two female police officers arrived and drew their tasers after being charged at by the foursome.

News Shopper: Four men arrested after windows smashed at Crayford pub

Stevens smashed a window in after being thrown out of the Bear and Ragged Staff. 

Stevens then got in the police car with the key still in the ignition and drove off, stopping only to jump out and flee on foot.

After handing himself in to police at 12.45am the next morning, unemployed Stevens admitted to officers it was a "stupid thing to do."

Miss Mahony told the court: "He didn’t know why he did it but it was a good idea at the time.

"He did realise he didn’t have a licence and didn’t really know how to drive."

Stevens pleaded guilty to one public order offence, criminal damage to the pub window valued at £300, taking the police car without the owner’s consent and driving it without insurance and without a licence.

District Judge Nigel Dean sentenced him to a total of 10 weeks in prison and banned him from driving for a year.

On July 21 Hendy, of Flatford Drive, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, and Arron Stevens both pleaded guilty to public order offences and were ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £20.

Hendy was fined £120 and Stevens £65.

On May 20 Dwyer, of Knox Road, Clacton-on-Sea, admitted criminal damage and a public order offence and was fined £300, ordered to pay compensation of £100, costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £30.

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10:27pm Thu 31 Jul 14

bexleyman says...

Punishment including a driving ban of one year for an individual without a licence. Bravo. Sounds about as wise as:

a. Leaving the keys in the ignition of a car.
b. Drawing your Taser in a situation you haven't got control of. Losing that Taser could have gone very badly indeed...
Punishment including a driving ban of one year for an individual without a licence. Bravo. Sounds about as wise as: a. Leaving the keys in the ignition of a car. b. Drawing your Taser in a situation you haven't got control of. Losing that Taser could have gone very badly indeed... bexleyman
  • Score: 16

7:44am Fri 1 Aug 14

Joelo says...

10 weeks! that'll show him! lol
10 weeks! that'll show him! lol Joelo
  • Score: 12

8:32am Fri 1 Aug 14

Love London Life says...

Not the brightest of bulbs is he? then again Boswell House, Erith really does have some real inbreds and I am sure he is fully employed with great career prospects going forward.

What a total loser and yet another drain on the great British taxpayer.

Well done son, you must be so proud, Great photo by the way, illustrates perfectly what a complete loser you really are.

Stay Cool

x
Not the brightest of bulbs is he? then again Boswell House, Erith really does have some real inbreds and I am sure he is fully employed with great career prospects going forward. What a total loser and yet another drain on the great British taxpayer. Well done son, you must be so proud, Great photo by the way, illustrates perfectly what a complete loser you really are. Stay Cool x Love London Life
  • Score: 11

12:06pm Fri 1 Aug 14

babelondon says...

He has got family that work so don't go saying that n think off his family so put that in ur pipe n smoke it
He has got family that work so don't go saying that n think off his family so put that in ur pipe n smoke it babelondon
  • Score: 0

12:13pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Crayman says...

babelondon wrote:
He has got family that work so don't go saying that n think off his family so put that in ur pipe n smoke it
You sound intelligent. Are you taking a break from your high powered job to post your opinions, I can imagine it's the stress that's made you type this way......Please explain your points...
[quote][p][bold]babelondon[/bold] wrote: He has got family that work so don't go saying that n think off his family so put that in ur pipe n smoke it[/p][/quote]You sound intelligent. Are you taking a break from your high powered job to post your opinions, I can imagine it's the stress that's made you type this way......Please explain your points... Crayman
  • Score: 35

12:17pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Gypo.Joe says...

babelondon wrote:
He has got family that work so don't go saying that n think off his family so put that in ur pipe n smoke it
Dohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, skools finished for the summer I see.

12.06 just got up have you ?
[quote][p][bold]babelondon[/bold] wrote: He has got family that work so don't go saying that n think off his family so put that in ur pipe n smoke it[/p][/quote]Dohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, skools finished for the summer I see. 12.06 just got up have you ? Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -16

12:18pm Fri 1 Aug 14

babelondon says...

Well calling him an inbreed for 1 talking about the pic n saying because he don't work its the tax payers paying it's not only u paying u probley haven't done a days work in ur life
Well calling him an inbreed for 1 talking about the pic n saying because he don't work its the tax payers paying it's not only u paying u probley haven't done a days work in ur life babelondon
  • Score: 15

12:22pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Crayman says...

babelondon wrote:
Well calling him an inbreed for 1 talking about the pic n saying because he don't work its the tax payers paying it's not only u paying u probley haven't done a days work in ur life
That is brilliant. Seriously, are you still learning English. You sound like a 5 yr old.
[quote][p][bold]babelondon[/bold] wrote: Well calling him an inbreed for 1 talking about the pic n saying because he don't work its the tax payers paying it's not only u paying u probley haven't done a days work in ur life[/p][/quote]That is brilliant. Seriously, are you still learning English. You sound like a 5 yr old. Crayman
  • Score: 12

12:29pm Fri 1 Aug 14

oBLiVioN 70 says...

One gets fined £300 yet the one that drove the car 100 yards is jailed, suggesting taking the police car was by far the most serious offence committed that night. Vandalizing a pub and attacking a bus is clearly a petty crime in comparison.
One gets fined £300 yet the one that drove the car 100 yards is jailed, suggesting taking the police car was by far the most serious offence committed that night. Vandalizing a pub and attacking a bus is clearly a petty crime in comparison. oBLiVioN 70
  • Score: 23

12:45pm Fri 1 Aug 14

oBLiVioN 70 says...

Crayman wrote:
babelondon wrote:
Well calling him an inbreed for 1 talking about the pic n saying because he don't work its the tax payers paying it's not only u paying u probley haven't done a days work in ur life
That is brilliant. Seriously, are you still learning English. You sound like a 5 yr old.
I love the way these people go on the attack, and the best they can come up with are cheap insults based on nothing, not even educated assumptions. Oh well, give it 5 weeks and they can have a reunion and if they save up their giros they might have enough cab fare to save getting a lift off plod.
[quote][p][bold]Crayman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]babelondon[/bold] wrote: Well calling him an inbreed for 1 talking about the pic n saying because he don't work its the tax payers paying it's not only u paying u probley haven't done a days work in ur life[/p][/quote]That is brilliant. Seriously, are you still learning English. You sound like a 5 yr old.[/p][/quote]I love the way these people go on the attack, and the best they can come up with are cheap insults based on nothing, not even educated assumptions. Oh well, give it 5 weeks and they can have a reunion and if they save up their giros they might have enough cab fare to save getting a lift off plod. oBLiVioN 70
  • Score: 16

1:04pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Love London Life says...

babelondon wrote:
He has got family that work so don't go saying that n think off his family so put that in ur pipe n smoke it
Babelondon.....I can only assume you are a friend/relative? Please clarify.

Also your English is maybe a little rough around the edges shall we say, Did you go to School? Truly shocking.

Also just because his family work are we supposed to be falling over ourselves queuing to give this loser a pat on the back?? Thought not.

So we have the conclusion that your friend/relative doesn't work yet still has his Giro (Taxpayers money) to get smashed on a Saturday night.

I await your witty response "Babe" lol

Stay Cool.

xx

I seriously doubt this is an argument that you wont be winning anytime soon
[quote][p][bold]babelondon[/bold] wrote: He has got family that work so don't go saying that n think off his family so put that in ur pipe n smoke it[/p][/quote]Babelondon.....I can only assume you are a friend/relative? Please clarify. Also your English is maybe a little rough around the edges shall we say, Did you go to School? Truly shocking. Also just because his family work are we supposed to be falling over ourselves queuing to give this loser a pat on the back?? Thought not. So we have the conclusion that your friend/relative doesn't work yet still has his Giro (Taxpayers money) to get smashed on a Saturday night. I await your witty response "Babe" lol Stay Cool. xx I seriously doubt this is an argument that you wont be winning anytime soon Love London Life
  • Score: 11

1:06pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Love London Life says...

Crayman wrote:
babelondon wrote:
Well calling him an inbreed for 1 talking about the pic n saying because he don't work its the tax payers paying it's not only u paying u probley haven't done a days work in ur life
That is brilliant. Seriously, are you still learning English. You sound like a 5 yr old.
That's hardly fair is it

My 3 year old can spell better than "Babe" lol

Stay Cool

xx
[quote][p][bold]Crayman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]babelondon[/bold] wrote: Well calling him an inbreed for 1 talking about the pic n saying because he don't work its the tax payers paying it's not only u paying u probley haven't done a days work in ur life[/p][/quote]That is brilliant. Seriously, are you still learning English. You sound like a 5 yr old.[/p][/quote]That's hardly fair is it My 3 year old can spell better than "Babe" lol Stay Cool xx Love London Life
  • Score: 15

2:11pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Heath Ledger says...

"Why so serious?"
"Why so serious?" Heath Ledger
  • Score: 11

4:09pm Fri 1 Aug 14

babelondon says...

At least he had guts to say it was a stupid mistake he done Unlike some ppl out there dose it even matter how the spelling is what's it got to do with the spelling
At least he had guts to say it was a stupid mistake he done Unlike some ppl out there dose it even matter how the spelling is what's it got to do with the spelling babelondon
  • Score: 18

4:11pm Fri 1 Aug 14

oBLiVioN 70 says...

babelondon wrote:
At least he had guts to say it was a stupid mistake he done Unlike some ppl out there dose it even matter how the spelling is what's it got to do with the spelling
Well he was hardly going to justify it, surely....
[quote][p][bold]babelondon[/bold] wrote: At least he had guts to say it was a stupid mistake he done Unlike some ppl out there dose it even matter how the spelling is what's it got to do with the spelling[/p][/quote]Well he was hardly going to justify it, surely.... oBLiVioN 70
  • Score: 10

4:16pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Crayman says...

babelondon wrote:
At least he had guts to say it was a stupid mistake he done Unlike some ppl out there dose it even matter how the spelling is what's it got to do with the spelling
Yes, very brave admitting his mistake. But maybe, just maybe he did that to get a lighter treatment when it went to court ? Ever think of that ?

It's a shame you are too simple to understand what the poor spelling and grammar also says about you, and your defence of this idiot.
[quote][p][bold]babelondon[/bold] wrote: At least he had guts to say it was a stupid mistake he done Unlike some ppl out there dose it even matter how the spelling is what's it got to do with the spelling[/p][/quote]Yes, very brave admitting his mistake. But maybe, just maybe he did that to get a lighter treatment when it went to court ? Ever think of that ? It's a shame you are too simple to understand what the poor spelling and grammar also says about you, and your defence of this idiot. Crayman
  • Score: 10

6:05pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Sian1979 says...

Still can't actually believe the police left the car unattended with keys in the ignition. However, why no mention of drink driving? Think it's safe to assume he wasn't kicked out of the pub sober
Still can't actually believe the police left the car unattended with keys in the ignition. However, why no mention of drink driving? Think it's safe to assume he wasn't kicked out of the pub sober Sian1979
  • Score: 7

8:59pm Fri 1 Aug 14

babybexley says...

The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?
The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong? babybexley
  • Score: 7

9:49pm Fri 1 Aug 14

oBLiVioN 70 says...

babybexley wrote:
The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?
I rek ppl can make misteaks innit but ya no sayin we is on doll and jus accuzin him wen dunno facts like is like ketal callin pot blak
[quote][p][bold]babybexley[/bold] wrote: The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?[/p][/quote]I rek ppl can make misteaks innit but ya no sayin we is on doll and jus accuzin him wen dunno facts like is like ketal callin pot blak oBLiVioN 70
  • Score: 7

9:41am Sat 2 Aug 14

reasonable75 says...

babybexley wrote:
The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?
One mistake? Hardly, try looking up the word in a dictionary

And whenever there is one of these cases friends & family always use the "he made a mistake" argument
[quote][p][bold]babybexley[/bold] wrote: The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?[/p][/quote]One mistake? Hardly, try looking up the word in a dictionary And whenever there is one of these cases friends & family always use the "he made a mistake" argument reasonable75
  • Score: 9

10:59am Sat 2 Aug 14

Gypo.Joe says...

" Bosworth House in Saltford Close, Erith "

We rest our case your honour.

Spotty unwashed 'erberts.

Send him down !
" Bosworth House in Saltford Close, Erith " We rest our case your honour. Spotty unwashed 'erberts. Send him down ! Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -13

12:54pm Sat 2 Aug 14

Marty1979 says...

Surprised there haven't been claims the police acted as agent provocateur by leaving the keys in the car
Surprised there haven't been claims the police acted as agent provocateur by leaving the keys in the car Marty1979
  • Score: 10

9:01am Mon 4 Aug 14

mick_a says...

babybexley wrote:
The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?
One mistake? Reading the report it would appear more like 6 mistakes. As for having a job, i very much doubt it after 10 weeks prison. Why is it that after something like this happens a family member or friend always pops up on here saying what a great person they are. It would make a refreshing chnge if somebody came on here and said "my brother/son/nephew/b
oyfriend is a total retard and deserves everything he gets" or is this considered normal behaviour in your world.
[quote][p][bold]babybexley[/bold] wrote: The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?[/p][/quote]One mistake? Reading the report it would appear more like 6 mistakes. As for having a job, i very much doubt it after 10 weeks prison. Why is it that after something like this happens a family member or friend always pops up on here saying what a great person they are. It would make a refreshing chnge if somebody came on here and said "my brother/son/nephew/b oyfriend is a total retard and deserves everything he gets" or is this considered normal behaviour in your world. mick_a
  • Score: 115

10:42am Mon 4 Aug 14

franksutton says...

babybexley wrote:
The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?
Perhaps you could let us know what job he has, and will he still have it when he gets out as many employers don't like people with criminal records. Never mind, the taxpayers will provide for all his needs

"one stupid mistake" do you really expect people to believe this was the only time he has been arrested?

And what do you do for a living? Obviously nothing that needs a reasonable command of English
[quote][p][bold]babybexley[/bold] wrote: The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?[/p][/quote]Perhaps you could let us know what job he has, and will he still have it when he gets out as many employers don't like people with criminal records. Never mind, the taxpayers will provide for all his needs "one stupid mistake" do you really expect people to believe this was the only time he has been arrested? And what do you do for a living? Obviously nothing that needs a reasonable command of English franksutton
  • Score: 169

2:26pm Mon 4 Aug 14

reptiles says...

all these comments but no one has picked up on a comment in the story

Miss Mahony told the court: "He didn’t know why he did it but it was a good idea at the time.

"He did realise he didn’t have a licence and didn’t really know how to drive."

how can you NOT know if you have a licence or not and why get in a car if you dont know how to drive!!! - thats 2 stupid mistakes there!!

and hers a few "other" mistakes he obviously made, i make that around 7 - or is it all classed as 1 BIG mistake!!
Stevens pleaded guilty to one public order offence, ,criminal damage to the pub window valued at £300,, taking the police car without the owner’s consent, and driving it without insurance , and without a licence.
all these comments but no one has picked up on a comment in the story Miss Mahony told the court: "He didn’t know why he did it but it was a good idea at the time. "He did realise he didn’t have a licence and didn’t really know how to drive." how can you NOT know if you have a licence or not and why get in a car if you dont know how to drive!!! - thats 2 stupid mistakes there!! and hers a few "other" mistakes he obviously made, i make that around 7 - or is it all classed as 1 BIG mistake!! Stevens pleaded guilty to one public order offence, [1],criminal damage to the pub window valued at £300,[2], taking the police car without the owner’s consent[3], and driving it without insurance [4], and without a licence. [5] reptiles
  • Score: 405

3:35pm Mon 4 Aug 14

reasonable75 says...

reptiles wrote:
all these comments but no one has picked up on a comment in the story

Miss Mahony told the court: "He didn’t know why he did it but it was a good idea at the time.

"He did realise he didn’t have a licence and didn’t really know how to drive."

how can you NOT know if you have a licence or not and why get in a car if you dont know how to drive!!! - thats 2 stupid mistakes there!!

and hers a few "other" mistakes he obviously made, i make that around 7 - or is it all classed as 1 BIG mistake!!
Stevens pleaded guilty to one public order offence, ,criminal damage to the pub window valued at £300,, taking the police car without the owner’s consent, and driving it without insurance , and without a licence.
But anyone can make a mistake (or several)

Poor lad, never did anything wrong, he works (we haven't been told doing what), nice family boy (assuming he knows who his father is)

Simply forgot he doesn't have a driving licence (easy mistake to make) and he just wanted to go home to get away from the nasty bouncers who had thrown him out of the pub where he was minding his own business having a quiet shandy with friends. As the police conveniently left their car he thought he'd use it rather than call a cab

Obviously he's been "fitted up" by the police so expect an appeal and claim for compensation
[quote][p][bold]reptiles[/bold] wrote: all these comments but no one has picked up on a comment in the story Miss Mahony told the court: "He didn’t know why he did it but it was a good idea at the time. "He did realise he didn’t have a licence and didn’t really know how to drive." how can you NOT know if you have a licence or not and why get in a car if you dont know how to drive!!! - thats 2 stupid mistakes there!! and hers a few "other" mistakes he obviously made, i make that around 7 - or is it all classed as 1 BIG mistake!! Stevens pleaded guilty to one public order offence, [1],criminal damage to the pub window valued at £300,[2], taking the police car without the owner’s consent[3], and driving it without insurance [4], and without a licence. [5][/p][/quote]But anyone can make a mistake (or several) Poor lad, never did anything wrong, he works (we haven't been told doing what), nice family boy (assuming he knows who his father is) Simply forgot he doesn't have a driving licence (easy mistake to make) and he just wanted to go home to get away from the nasty bouncers who had thrown him out of the pub where he was minding his own business having a quiet shandy with friends. As the police conveniently left their car he thought he'd use it rather than call a cab Obviously he's been "fitted up" by the police so expect an appeal and claim for compensation reasonable75
  • Score: 11

4:23pm Mon 4 Aug 14

oBLiVioN 70 says...

There ratings are looking interesting. On an altogether different note, Joe's been less active than one would expect :p
There ratings are looking interesting. On an altogether different note, Joe's been less active than one would expect :p oBLiVioN 70
  • Score: 8

4:40pm Mon 4 Aug 14

reasonable75 says...

oBLiVioN 70 wrote:
There ratings are looking interesting. On an altogether different note, Joe's been less active than one would expect :p
Wondered about that - he's got loads of thumbs up (probably upset him) but any saying what a plonker this kid is gets a thumbs down

Strange
[quote][p][bold]oBLiVioN 70[/bold] wrote: There ratings are looking interesting. On an altogether different note, Joe's been less active than one would expect :p[/p][/quote]Wondered about that - he's got loads of thumbs up (probably upset him) but any saying what a plonker this kid is gets a thumbs down Strange reasonable75
  • Score: 7

5:04pm Mon 4 Aug 14

Jeffoy says...

Why so serious?
Why so serious? Jeffoy
  • Score: 13

6:50pm Mon 4 Aug 14

Gypo.Joe says...

reasonable75 wrote:
reptiles wrote:
all these comments but no one has picked up on a comment in the story

Miss Mahony told the court: "He didn’t know why he did it but it was a good idea at the time.

"He did realise he didn’t have a licence and didn’t really know how to drive."

how can you NOT know if you have a licence or not and why get in a car if you dont know how to drive!!! - thats 2 stupid mistakes there!!

and hers a few "other" mistakes he obviously made, i make that around 7 - or is it all classed as 1 BIG mistake!!
Stevens pleaded guilty to one public order offence, ,criminal damage to the pub window valued at £300,, taking the police car without the owner’s consent, and driving it without insurance , and without a licence.
But anyone can make a mistake (or several)

Poor lad, never did anything wrong, he works (we haven't been told doing what), nice family boy (assuming he knows who his father is)

Simply forgot he doesn't have a driving licence (easy mistake to make) and he just wanted to go home to get away from the nasty bouncers who had thrown him out of the pub where he was minding his own business having a quiet shandy with friends. As the police conveniently left their car he thought he'd use it rather than call a cab

Obviously he's been "fitted up" by the police so expect an appeal and claim for compensation
reasonables75 could I have your name and address boi. If I ever need the services of a good brief you sound like you could be the man.

As fer the scores on the doors, what can I say.

Mr. Popularity that's me.
[quote][p][bold]reasonable75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reptiles[/bold] wrote: all these comments but no one has picked up on a comment in the story Miss Mahony told the court: "He didn’t know why he did it but it was a good idea at the time. "He did realise he didn’t have a licence and didn’t really know how to drive." how can you NOT know if you have a licence or not and why get in a car if you dont know how to drive!!! - thats 2 stupid mistakes there!! and hers a few "other" mistakes he obviously made, i make that around 7 - or is it all classed as 1 BIG mistake!! Stevens pleaded guilty to one public order offence, [1],criminal damage to the pub window valued at £300,[2], taking the police car without the owner’s consent[3], and driving it without insurance [4], and without a licence. [5][/p][/quote]But anyone can make a mistake (or several) Poor lad, never did anything wrong, he works (we haven't been told doing what), nice family boy (assuming he knows who his father is) Simply forgot he doesn't have a driving licence (easy mistake to make) and he just wanted to go home to get away from the nasty bouncers who had thrown him out of the pub where he was minding his own business having a quiet shandy with friends. As the police conveniently left their car he thought he'd use it rather than call a cab Obviously he's been "fitted up" by the police so expect an appeal and claim for compensation[/p][/quote]reasonables75 could I have your name and address boi. If I ever need the services of a good brief you sound like you could be the man. As fer the scores on the doors, what can I say. Mr. Popularity that's me. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -16

10:08am Tue 5 Aug 14

Oldchap says...

franksutton wrote:
babybexley wrote:
The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?
Perhaps you could let us know what job he has, and will he still have it when he gets out as many employers don't like people with criminal records. Never mind, the taxpayers will provide for all his needs

"one stupid mistake" do you really expect people to believe this was the only time he has been arrested?

And what do you do for a living? Obviously nothing that needs a reasonable command of English
No reply yet - but don't really expect one
[quote][p][bold]franksutton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]babybexley[/bold] wrote: The news papers don't always get things right. He has got a job and he dose pay tax unlike you lot with nothing better to do then sit there chatting **** about people you don't even no nothing about because off one stupid mistake!! Everybody makes mistakes or have I got that wrong?[/p][/quote]Perhaps you could let us know what job he has, and will he still have it when he gets out as many employers don't like people with criminal records. Never mind, the taxpayers will provide for all his needs "one stupid mistake" do you really expect people to believe this was the only time he has been arrested? And what do you do for a living? Obviously nothing that needs a reasonable command of English[/p][/quote]No reply yet - but don't really expect one Oldchap
  • Score: 13

4:58pm Tue 5 Aug 14

the wall says...

babelondon wrote:
He has got family that work so don't go saying that n think off his family so put that in ur pipe n smoke it
People who call themselves babe rarely are.

Picky Stevens is a moron much like most of the family. No one really likes them, they are of the low classes, no morals or pride.
[quote][p][bold]babelondon[/bold] wrote: He has got family that work so don't go saying that n think off his family so put that in ur pipe n smoke it[/p][/quote]People who call themselves babe rarely are. Picky Stevens is a moron much like most of the family. No one really likes them, they are of the low classes, no morals or pride. the wall
  • Score: -31

7:33am Wed 6 Aug 14

Marty1979 says...

Still curious what job he's got
Still curious what job he's got Marty1979
  • Score: 17

9:32am Wed 6 Aug 14

the wall says...

Marty1979 wrote:
Still curious what job he's got
A fluffer.
[quote][p][bold]Marty1979[/bold] wrote: Still curious what job he's got[/p][/quote]A fluffer. the wall
  • Score: -19

10:51am Wed 6 Aug 14

Gypo.Joe says...

He works part time Marty, as the villages boi idiot.
He works part time Marty, as the villages boi idiot. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -15

11:14am Wed 6 Aug 14

Bev123 says...

Hang on a minute!!! He nicked a police car and drove it up and down the road and got 10 weeks prison but the weirdo on the train who assaulted that woman got nothing apart from his picture in the paper!!! Then they wonder why we have no faith in the law nowadays, unbelievable.

Seems to be if you do anything against the old bill you're nicked but carry on attacking women etc, you'll just get a slapped wrist!!!
Hang on a minute!!! He nicked a police car and drove it up and down the road and got 10 weeks prison but the weirdo on the train who assaulted that woman got nothing apart from his picture in the paper!!! Then they wonder why we have no faith in the law nowadays, unbelievable. Seems to be if you do anything against the old bill you're nicked but carry on attacking women etc, you'll just get a slapped wrist!!! Bev123
  • Score: 15

11:24am Wed 6 Aug 14

Gypo.Joe says...

Bev123 wrote:
Hang on a minute!!! He nicked a police car and drove it up and down the road and got 10 weeks prison but the weirdo on the train who assaulted that woman got nothing apart from his picture in the paper!!! Then they wonder why we have no faith in the law nowadays, unbelievable.

Seems to be if you do anything against the old bill you're nicked but carry on attacking women etc, you'll just get a slapped wrist!!!
And are you the village idiots assistant ??
[quote][p][bold]Bev123[/bold] wrote: Hang on a minute!!! He nicked a police car and drove it up and down the road and got 10 weeks prison but the weirdo on the train who assaulted that woman got nothing apart from his picture in the paper!!! Then they wonder why we have no faith in the law nowadays, unbelievable. Seems to be if you do anything against the old bill you're nicked but carry on attacking women etc, you'll just get a slapped wrist!!![/p][/quote]And are you the village idiots assistant ?? Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -45

1:55pm Wed 6 Aug 14

Marty1979 says...

And maybe his relatives could enlighten us as to how he got the "unrelated injuries"
And maybe his relatives could enlighten us as to how he got the "unrelated injuries" Marty1979
  • Score: 20

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