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Manager admits stealing from hotel

PUBLISHED: 09:22 24 December 2008 | UPDATED: 12:38 03 July 2010

THE NIGHT manager of a seafront hotel pleaded guilty yesterday to stealing £3,480 from the building's safe to pay off debts.

Ian Curtis was given a suspended prison sentence after he admitted taking the money from the White Feather Hotel on Marine Parade on October 9.

THE NIGHT manager of a seafront hotel pleaded guilty yesterday to stealing £3,480 from the building's safe to pay off debts.

Ian Curtis was given a suspended prison sentence after he admitted taking the money from the White Feather Hotel on Marine Parade on October 9.

Yarmouth Magistrates' Court heard it was a one-off incident to pay some debts and that Curtis, 50, now of Bradford, west Yorkshire, had no previous convictions.

Curtis was given a 12-week jail sentence, suspended for a year, and ordered to carry out 150 hours' unpaid work.


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