Lace Kim Chrystaly Sampson-Ellis has been sentenced to six months’ electronically monitored community detention and 12 months’ intensive supervision, Stuff reports. Sampson-Ellis appeared at Manukau District Court on Tuesday, and was sentenced for previously stealing a milk truck from Ōtara town centre where it was parked, then driving at speeds up to 90kmh as she tried to escape the police. She was also disqualified from driving for 18 months from the day of sentencing.
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