AN ISLE of Wight woman who stole alcohol from a bowling alley during an early morning break-in has been spared jail - again.

Mazie Bailey, of Atkinson Drive, Newport, appeared at the Isle of Wight Crown Court on Thursday, March 21.

At a previous hearing in January, the 21-year-old denied burglary at Ryde Superbowl, at Ryde Pavilion, with two accomplices, on July 24 last year.

She changed her plea ahead of her trial on June 3.

Prosecutor, Tim Devlin, said the incident was caught on CCTV, and the trio were seen to go up an external staircase at LA Bowl.

He said Bailey’s accomplice smashed the front door with a metal bar.

Mr Devlin said she eventually gained entry by smashing a rear window, and while Bailey did not enter the premises, goods were handed to her from the window.

Bailey was seen with bottles of beer in her jacket pockets, and in total, £146.44 worth of goods were stolen.

Mr Devlin said Bailey was already serving a 12-month community order, imposed on February 27, for two counts of shoplifting, but that this matter pre-dated those charges.

Bailey was fined £50, and got a new 18-month community order, to include 30 rehabilitation days.

Recorder, Daniel Sawyer, said alcohol dependency was the root of the problem, but Bailey was not motivated to change her ways.

He told Bailey: “If you commit a further offence while on this order, you will likely go to prison.

“This is a chance, and quite possibly your last chance, to not go to prison.”