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Thief, 26, who stole from vulnerable neighbour dodges jail because he is transitioning


Thief, 26, who stole from vulnerable neighbour dodges jail because he is transitioning

  • Kyle Jay Andrew, of Kemp Close, Truro, Cornwall, won’t go to prison immediately
  • His ‘despicable offences’ include assaulting and stealing £3,000 from the victim
  • Judge Robert Linford told Truro Crown Court it’s an ‘extremely unusual’ decision 
  • Defence argued women’s prison would affect mental health and delay transition
  • Andrew given two years for burglary and six months for theft – but suspended

A thief who assaulted and stole thousands from a vulnerable neighbour has dodged jail because he is transitioning.

Despite his ‘despicable offences’, Kyle Jay Andrew, of Kemp Close, Truro, Cornwall, was told he would not be sent to prison immediately.

Judge Robert Linford told Truro…



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