A DALTON man was told he could face prison if he breaks the conditions of a theft sentence.
Kevin Burns, 30, of Brownroyd Avenue, admitted stealing meat products from a Dalton shop.
He also admitted two further offences when questioned by police.
Burns has 65 previous convictions for 91 offences – 58 are for theft offences.
Appearing before Huddersfield magistrates yesterday, Burns pleaded guilty to stealing from the One Stop Shop on January 31.
He also admitted stealing a game from Game Station to the value of £50 and lager to the value of £3.
And he admitted a breach of his conditional discharge for a previous offence.
Prosecutor Alex Johnson said: “In interview he admitted the theft and made the further admissions.”
Jonathan Slawinski, defending, said: “He struggles badly with a drug addictions as well as chromes and DVT.
“This is a blip.”
Magistrates gave him a curfew for eight weeks from 8pm until 8am. He was ordered to pay £118.24p compensation.
And they warned Burns he could face prison if he breaks the conditions.