Gravesend man caught with heroin sentenced over meat, cheese and children’s toys thefts

PUBLISHED: 15:57 16 February 2016 | UPDATED: 17:09 16 February 2016


He was given a suspended sentenced

A Gravesend man who stole more than £370 worth of meat, cheese, children’s toys and other items has been slapped with a three month curfew.

Since December, 29 year old Edroy Eden Sutherland, of Christianfields Avenue, stole on nine different occasions from various shops in Gravesend.

He was also caught in possession of heroin on February 4.

Sutherland was given a 90-day prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, along with a three month curfew running until May 11.

During the curfew, between 9pm and 6am he must stay at an address at Lancaster Court in Gravesend between the hours of

He must also pay an £80 victim surcharge.

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