A ‘PROLIFIC’ Evesham offender has been jailed after he pleaded guilty to a string of theft and public order offences.
Glyn Taylor, 36, of no fixed abode in Evesham, appeared at Worcester Magistrates’ Court yesterday.
He pleaded guilty to eight counts of theft offences and two counts of section 4 public order offences.
Taylor committed the offences between October 24 and November 10 within Evesham.
He has been handed a 26 week prison sentence and was ordered to pay £75 in compensation.
Sergeant Steven Tandy of West Mercia Police, said: “This result was made possible by the teamwork displayed across all patrol shifts and safer neighbourhood teams at Evesham police station.
“We have taken a prolific offender off the streets, whose offending was increasing in frequency and severity.
“This result shows that we will deal robustly and proactively with offenders who are causing harm to those within the community.”