Serial Corby offender admits string of incidents
She admitted having a knife in Gainsborough Road
A Corby woman is set to be sentenced by a crown court judge after admitting a series of offences in the town.
Joanne Craft, 37, has pleaded guilty to crimes committed in March and September last year.
Craft, of Blenheim Walk on the Kingswood estate, pleaded guilty at an earlier magistrates' court hearing to stealing a wallet from a man at the BP Fourways garage on March 18.
She also admitted driving a car with no insurance or licence in Cottingham Road on the same occasion.
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At a separate hearing Craft pleaded guilty to being in possession of a folding pocket knife in Gainsborough Road on September 2 last year.
Later that month she was also found to have a CS gas canister and an amount of cannabis in Rockingham Road.
Craft is being held in custody will be sentenced for all the crimes at a crown court appearance later this month.