Men convicted of ‘nighthawking’ at Peterborough historical site

Started by gash, August 14, 2016, 10:03:26 pm

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Two men who were caught illegally using a metal detector at a Peterborough historical site have been sentenced at court. Keith Stacey and Samuel Wildman, from Kettering, were convicted of unlawful metal detecting at Durobrivae Roman town, a protected Roman site at Water Newton near the city. They were both sentenced to a 12 month community order, 200 hours unpaid work and have to pay £300 costs after being found guilty at Peterborough Magistrates Court of offences including attempted theft, going equipped to steal and using a metal detector on a protected site without a licence from Historic England.

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