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Three jailed for targeting man with Asperger's

Published: 2 Nov 2012 17:00

THREE men have been jailed for breaking into the home of a vulnerable man and assaulting him.

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THREE Bracknell men have been jailed for breaking into the home of a vulnerable man and assaulting him.

Robert Lemon, of Rainforest Walk, Dean Wilkins, of Coppice Green, and Paul Richmond, of Kelvin Gate were all sentenced at Reading Crown Court today (Friday) for burgling the house of Asperger's sufferer Jed Wesolowski last Christmas.

Richmond, 21, was sentenced to one year and eight months imprisonment for burglary, common assault and with regards to previous offences that were given a suspended sentence.

Wilkins, 21, will serve two years and eight months for burglary, racially-aggravated harassment and common assault.

Lemon, 20, was given two years for burglary and for past offences where he was given a suspended sentence.

The trio will all serve half of the time before being released on licence.

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