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Liam Debono’s mother remanded in custody after admitting to thefts

A 37-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to a series of thefts from petrol stations in various localities.

Charlotte Zammit, the mother of Liam Debono who is charged with the attempted murder of Sergeant Simon Schembri, has been charged with a number of thefts between May and June from petrol stations in Paola, Zabbar, Attard, Qormi, St Paul’s Bay and Mellieha. All the thefts were carried out at night.

The Prosecution insisted on an effective prison sentence, with Inspector Roderick Agius stating that accused, who is a relapser, has been given a number of opportunities to reform herself and quit her drug habit, and could be a danger to society.

Accused did not request bail. The Court is expected to deliver sentence next week.

 

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