Youths vandalism nearly led to victim losing job

A YOUTH who caused thousands of pounds of damage to a car was told by the victim that his actions nearly cost them their job.

Grays youth court heard that the teen, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had jumped on the roof of the parked green peugeot after a drunken night out in Grays.

His actions caused £1636 worth of damage but in a victim impact statement the owner of the vehicle told the court that the inconvenience had severely impacted on her job and caused them great stress, inconvenience and financial loss.

The youth pled guilty, expressed his remorse and offered to apologise to the victim in person.

He was fined £400.

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