A BRADFORD woman has been jailed for 12 months after breaking into a home and stealing a TV.

Jacqueline Culshaw, 26, of Round Street, Bradford, appeared before Leeds Magistrates’ Court on September 23, and pleaded guilty to burglary dwelling and theft.

The charge related to an incident on July 30 at Weeland Lock Mews in Knottingley, Wakefield. 

Culshaw also pleaded guilty to affray, using or threatening unlawful violence towards another on September 1 in Normanton.

She also pleaded guilty to stealing a £60 toothbrush from Superdrug in Bradford on June 29, and failing to surrender to court bail for an earlier court hearing.

Court documents show Culshaw was sentenced to 12 months in prison due to her record of previous offending.

She had also been subject to a community order, which was also taken into account by magistrates when determining the sentence.

She was ordered to pay a £154 surcharge to fund victim services.

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