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Dennis at Ivor Miles Garage

Following the attempted robbery at Ivor Miles garage in Churchway, Haddenham last year, Mr Jordan Dewing of New Road, Stokenchurch was charged on 17th October and appeared at High Wycombe Magistrates' Court five weeks ago where he was bailed to appear at Aylesbury Crown Court on 18th December 2017.

At that hearing at Aylesbury Crown Court on Monday, Dewing pleaded guilty to Attempted Robbery.

The Judge elected to sentence on the same day:

Count 1 — ATTEMPTED ROBBERY
45 months imprisonment

Count 2 — HAVING AN OFFENSIVE WEAPON IN A PUBLIC PLACE
Count to Lie on file

Victim Surcharge £170

Read the original report here.

Thankfully, Dennis (pictured) who was serving fuel to customers at the time of the attack was able to help fend off the offender and was able to walk away without injury.

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