Serial vandal admits offences in Corby town centre

The man from Rutland will not be allowed out at night while he is awaiting sentence

By Kate Cronin
Saturday, 6th March 2021, 7:30 am
Lloyd Griffiths admitted the offences in Corby.
Lloyd Griffiths admitted the offences in Corby.

A 20-year-old has been put on an overnight curfew after pleading guilty to three offences of vandalism in Corby.

Lloyd Griffiths, from Newtown Road, Uppingham, admitted damaging a pillar and a phone box in Corporation Street, Corby, on February 21 when he appeared before magistrates in Northampton on February 23.

Griffiths also pleaded guilty to breaching a criminal behaviour order issued by Leicester Magistrates' Court banning him from carrying a marker pen in a public place after he was convicted of similar crimes in the past.

In 2019 Griffiths was ordered to stay at least 50m away from a convenience store in Uppingham after he harassed a female worker there on at least ten occasions. He also hit a boy over the head with a torch on the skatepark in the Rutland town.

Griffiths will be sentenced in May but will be electronically monitored between 7pm and 9am, during which hours he cannot leave his home.