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A Lincolnshire car trader has been jailed for 12 months after admitting to impersonating a trading standards officer in an attempt to recover a dangerous car.
Mark Drury, 44, took a truck to recover the Honda car from a garage near Kings Lynn just days after it was sold at the yard where he was a manager in Kirton, near Boston.Copyright: Lincolnshire County Council
Lincoln Crown Court heard the car was in an unroadworthy condition when it was sold on 8 September 2017.
The vehicle's prop shaft and rear drive shafts had been removed by a qualified mechanic the day before.
It meant the brakes could fail and the wheels could come off.
The defects were discovered five days later during an inspection at the Whittington garage in Kings Lynn.
Drury and an associate arrived with a recovery truck claiming to be a trading standards officer, but the garage became suspicious when he tried to drive it away.
Drury, of Garfits Lane, Boston, pleaded guilty to the supply of a dangerous product, on a limited basis that he had no involvement in the sale, and attempting to pervert the course of justice.
Passing sentence, Judge Simon Hirst told Drury he was a "dishonest man" and described the condition of the car as potentially "catastrophic."
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A man has been arrested in connection with an armed robbery at a jewellers.
A man entered the Onyx Goldsmith store in High Road, Beeston, just after 15:00 on 30 January with what was believed to be a small handgun and demanded staff hand over jewellery, police said.
No shots were fired during the robbery and no-one was hurt.
A 46-year-old man was arrested today on suspicion of robbery and remains in police custody.Copyright: Google