A MAN has been sentenced for a series of offences, including a theft which saw beer, baby clothes and Ray Ban sunglasses stolen. 

David Paul Goddard, 54, of Cavendish Road, Bradford, appeared before Bradford and Keighley Magistrates' Court this week to face various charges. 

On June 26 this year, Goddard stole various items from a car on North Cliffe Avenue in Thornton, including a crate of beer, a bag of baby clothes, a box of wine, Ray Ban Sunglasses, a blue Nike baseball cap, a black umbrella, and some loose change. 

He was sentenced to 14 weeks' imprisonment, suspended for 12 months. 

He was also charged with vehicle interference on Currerbell Mews, Thornton, also on June 26. 

For those offences, he received four weeks' imprisonment, to run concurrent to the 14 weeks, suspended for 12 months.

At Currerbell Mews on the same date, he stole a bicycle worth £160. 

He received a 10-week concurrent prison sentence, which was also suspended for 12 months.

Goddard was also re-sentenced for an offence which he received a conditional discharge for in May, where he stole “various items” worth £17 from the BP petrol station on Keighley Road in Bingley.

He received a sentence of two weeks’ imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, to run consecutively to the first offence.

Goddard’s guilty pleas were taken into account when determining the sentence, which totalled 16 weeks, suspended for 12 months.

Over the next 12 months, he must have treatment for alcohol dependency through Change Live Grow for nine months. The sentence also includes a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement of up to 30 days.