Grimsby man crashed a van into a B&M store.
Guy Marshall 30, drove his van into the front of B&M in Brigg when he was left heartbroken after the breakdown of his relationship with his long-time partner. He handed himself in to the police months after the crash on January 19th.
It is believed that four of the store’s front shutters were damaged and 50 trolleys wrecked., and slight structural damage to the shop front when he deliberately drove into the front of the store. It is thought that the total cost of the damage was over £8,200 to repair.
The act was one of self-pity. It is believed he had gone to the pub to meet his partner hoping for a reconciliation. He is thought to have been seen leaving in an emotional state. Guy
A sentence of six months in prison for dangerous driving and three months for causing criminal damage were imposed. Both sentences to run concurrently and were suspended for 12 months. He was also ordered to carry out 21 days of rehabilitation activity and 80 hours of unpaid work.
Guy Marshall was also banned from driving for a year and ordered to take an extended re-test.