A Hawick man is jailed for resetting stolen clothes

Fifty-year-old Scott Sherman pleaded guilty to the crime that occurred at his Hodenbank home, on November 8, 2020, when the shirts, jackets, coats, and jeans were recovered.

Two days earlier Andrew Clamp, 30, of Hawick, had stolen more than £2,300 worth of clothing and accessories from the premises of David Thompson & Sons in High Street, Jedburgh.

Sherman also received a 15-month prison sentence – for running concurrently – for ordering his dog to attack a police officer on Hillend Drive, Hawick.

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The dog bit Sherman on the arm instead, the court heard.

In addition, Sherman received a four-month prison sentence for stealing £47 worth of items including a razor, ear plugs and a vacuum cleaner from the B&M Bargains premises in Croft Road, Hawick, on 14 April last year.

Sheriff Peter Patterson said a prison sentence is inevitable and there is no date for the 19-month prison sentence.

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