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Judge Sampson described the robbery in Newark as a cynical, mean and nasty attack

By Rachel Armitage

A man with 24 previous convictions has been jailed for robbery after what a judge described as a cynical, mean and nasty attack.

Thomas Radford, 21, of London Road, Newark, admitted robbery at Nottingham Crown Court over the theft of a wallet on February 4. He was sentenced to 18 months in prison.

Mr Stuart Pattinson, prosecuting, said Radford’s victim had had six alcoholic drinks in a town pub.


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