Two Plymouth teenage girls admit robbery
TWO teenage girls who had never been in trouble before took part in a robbery.
Charlotte Thompson, aged 18, and 19-year-old Jessica Glanville played a "peripheral role" in the offence at the Barbican Leisure Park, Plymouth Crown Court was told yesterday.
Thompson, of Teats Hill Flats, Coxside and Glanville, of Gray Crescent, Barne Barton, admitted robbery and affray in May of last year.
Sarah Vince, prosecuting, said the Crown accepted they had played a "peripheral role" in the offence, picking money from the floor. Both were of previous good character.
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Emma Birt, for Glanville, said the robbery was committed under the influence of alcohol and Valium – but she had stayed out of trouble since.
Miss Birt said she had struggled with dyslexia but had now gone back to college.
Jo Martin, for Thompson, said she was a young mother and helping at a youth centre.
Judge Paul Darlow gave each teen a four-month nightly curfew and banned them from the leisure park for the same period. Glanville was put under probation supervision for 12 months and Thompson ordered to do 200 hours unpaid work.