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A resident of a Lowestoft block of flats was rescued by the fire service and taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation after a neighbour deliberately started a fire outside his front door, it has been alleged.
A judge highlighted how the lack of stable accommodation helped draw young people into crime as he imposed a suspended jail term on a vulnerable woman caught dealing cocaine and heroin, in Great Yarmouth.
A Norwich woman went on a spending spree on items such as holidays, meals out and shopping trips by plundering more than £200,000 from her elderly uncle’s bank account, while leaving his care home bills unpaid, a court heard.
Officials at a South Norfolk social club have expressed their disappointment that a man who broke in, stole more than £2,000 and trashed the premises causing more than £5,000 of damage has received a suspended sentence.