At the end of May, it was revealed that a career criminal was sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison, after being found guilty of a number of burglaries earlier this year; as well as a number of attempted burglaries.
Reports revealed that the individual, who has a long history of burglary offences, was found guilty of breaking into a property in West Leeds on February 2nd, stealing a laptop and other electrical equipment.
According to the reports, the individual broke into a second house a matter out days later, again stealing electrical equipment; before being spotted attempting to break into a third property towards the end of February.
Meanwhile, additional reports have revealed how a Chief Constable in North Yorkshire, who was on patrol as part of an operation to tackle travelling criminals, arrested an individual wanted for conspiracy to commit burglary.
The reports revealed that the Chief Constable was alerted to a vehicle containing two individuals wanted in connection with conspiracy to commit burglary, after being tracked from Huddersfield.
Both individuals were arrested, one by the Chief Constable, and have since been released on bail pending further enquiries.
Whilst the latest reports have revealed that one career burglar has been sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison, and another individual has been bailed pending further enquiries, for those facing charges of burglary, our criminal law solicitors in Yorkshire may be able to assist.
As criminal law solicitors in Leeds, we have considerable experience of advising and representing clients facing charges relating to burglary offences in Leeds and the surrounding areas.
Through our experience within the criminal law sector, we have represented clients in a range of burglary and robbery cases, including armed robbery – and using the knowledge and experience we have built up, we can assist those wishing to deny or plead guilty to burglary charges.
To find out how we can assist you, contact our solicitors in Leeds today.