A BURGLAR has been sentenced after admitting stealing eggs from a Herefordshire farm and a motorbike from another person.

Tyrone Ellis appeared before magistrates in Hereford for sentencing after previously entering guilty pleas.


The court heard the 20-year-old had entered White House Farm in Eaton Bishop as a trespasser on April 2, stealing 24 eggs in the burglary.

He had also stolen a Lex Moto LXR bike worth £2,500 in Hereford between May 17 and 18, used the bike without insurance or a licence in Cooks Lane, Kingstone, on May 19, and stolen a number plate from another person on May 18.

Ellis had also assaulted a police officer acting in the course of their duties by beating in Herford on May 20.

Ellis, of Pulley Avenue, Eaton Bishop, was handed a three-month curfew with electronic tag, and an 18-month community order. He also received six penalty points. He must pay costs of £100, compensation of £20 to the police officer, and a £95 victim surcharge.