He knew Lynn was dead. He seen her body floating in the kitchen where they had hauled themselves on top of cabinets to try to escape the rising storm surge. Armstrong had swum out to see if there was any help, but found none. RECAP: 21 month sentence for prolific offender who stole credit cards, commemorative coins and biscuitsRobert Payne, of Central Avenue in Cambridge, will face the first day of his trial at Cambridge Crown Court todayRobert Payne, of no fixed abode, has been jailed for 21 months at Cambridge Crown CourtA prolific offender has been given a 21 month sentence for offences including stealing commemorative coins and hurling racist abuse at a police officer.Robert Payne, of Central Avenue in Cambridge, pleaded guilty to 13 charges at Cambridge Crown Court today (Wednesday, September 13).The 31 year old who already has 33 convictions on 77 charges was in custody ahead of the court hearing.Judge Stuart Bridge sentenced Payne to 21 months in custody. As he admitted driving without insurance or a licence, a 12 month driving ban has also been imposed after his release.Our court reporter Tara Cox was at Cambridge Crown Court for the hearing, which took place this morning.You can read our updates from the court case below.You can keep up to date with all the latest news in and around Cambridge by downloading our free app.have a large number of previous convictions 33 convictions for 77 offences.cases like this, I must consult the guidelines.all these matters into account, the overall sentence will be one of 21 months in prison.”You used racially derogatory terms of the police officer who was merely doing his duty”Judge Bridge continued: were arrested on March 26, 2017, and in the course of your arrest you used racially derogatory terms of the police officer who was merely doing his duty.have no only pleaded guilty to all of these offences, but you asked for three other offences to be taken into consideration.were further offences of handling stolen goods and theft. You also have admitted to two driving offences.car had been stolen, a Vauxhall Astra, and your DNA was found within that car and so you pleaded guilty to having driven that car knowing it had been taken without consent.that car was recovered two days later, there was damage to it.”You broke into the cars of entirely innocent people”Sentencing, Judge Stuart Bridge tells Payne: have pleaded guilty to 13 offences for which I must sentence you today.
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