A WOMAN who took a bus from outside its driver's home after a night drinking has had her sentence postponed.
Autistic Stefanie Lake, aged 26, of Woodbury Gardens, West Park, admitted taking the minibus without consent.
She also pleaded guilty to drink-driving, driving without insurance and otherwise than in accordance with a licence.
Plymouth magistrates were due to sentence Lake but were told a probation report was not ready.
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Her solicitor Graham Kinchin said she missed her meeting with a probation officer because she was ill. Magistrates bailed her until July 10 for the report to be finished.
TWO girls were assaulted as they sat in Central Park, say police.
The girls, both aged 13, were near the skatepark at around 9.30pm on May 26 when they claim they were approached by two large men.
Both were in their early 20s, around 6ft 2ins tall, of heavy build and both wore jeans and dark hoody tops with the hoods up.
One of the men had a blue bandana across his face while the other had a red bandana across his face.
Police said one of the girls received bruising to her face as the result of a punch from one of the men in what appeared to be a motiveless attack.
Anyone with information about the incident should call police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 quoting crime reference number ED/12/2965.
THE Overcomers Christian Fellowship International will be dedicating a new church building, the Overcomers Sanctuary, today at noon.
The church will also be celebrating their third anniversary.
Everyone is welcome to attend the event taking place at 15 Gordon Terrace, opposite the eye infirmary in Mutley.
A MAN has denied breaching his Antisocial Behaviour Order three times in just over two weeks.
Nigel Thomas, aged 49, of Park Avenue, Devonport, faced Plymouth magistrates accused of breaking the order's terms by entering the city centre on May 28, May 30 and June 14.
He was remanded into custody until June 29 for a trial to be arranged.
HAREWOOD House in Plympton is the venue for the next meeting of the Sir Joshua Reynolds (Plympton) WI.
The meeting takes place on June 19 at 7.15pm where Gerald Williamson will give a talk about 19th Century London Transport.
For further information about the WI, call secretary, Janet Gibson on 01752 337840 or president, Fiona Smith on 336454.