Woman told not to enter town over theft allegations (From East London and West Essex Guardian Series)
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Jodie Collins from Loughton has been told not to enter Harlow whilst court proceedings are going on over shoplifting charges
A woman has been banned from entering Harlow after being accused of shoplifting.
Jodie Collins, 29, of Homecroft Gardens in Loughton has been told not to enter the town unless meeting with a solicitor after being released on conditional bail.
In Court on Wednesday Ms Collins was charged with the theft of £100 of razors from Loughton and £256 worth of goods from Boots in Harlow.
The case was adjourned for a pre-sentence report and bail conditions were made.
Conditions made by he court include sleeping at her own home each night,reporting to Loughton Police Station three days per week and a ban from entering Harlow.
She will appear again at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on April 2.
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