Brighton burglar jailed for stealing liquor, money and bike

Naomi Rosenberg, of Phoenix Rise, Brighton, pleaded guilty to attacking the Brunswick Pub and stealing money and bottles of spirits on 5 September 2022 and again on 20 September.

Then on September 26, she broke into Komedia and stole a bicycle.

The 42-year-old was arrested for the burglaries and then released on bail pending an ongoing investigation.

Then, on Monday, October 24, while Rosenberg was checking in for bail at the John Street Police Station, he was found to be in possession of a jackknife.

She was arrested, charged with burglary and possession of a knife.

Rosenberg later pleaded guilty to all four charges and appeared at Chichester Crown Court for sentencing on Tuesday 6 December.

The Argus: Naomi Rosenberg was sentenced to 14 months in prisonNaomi Rosenberg was sentenced to 14 months in prison (Image: Sussex Police)

She received a prison sentence of 14 months.

“We are proud that a quick and thorough investigation into Rosenberg has kept her from re-offending for some time,” said Detective Sergeant Jo Benton of Sussex Police’s Greenfinch burglary team.

“The Greenfinch burglary team was set up with the sole purpose of removing persistent burglars from the streets of Brighton and Hove whilst providing reassurance to both people and businesses across the city.”

“We will continue to take positive action against anyone who has committed these crimes, and we thank the public for providing valuable information and footage that helped frame the case against Rosenberg.” Brighton burglar jailed for stealing liquor, money and bike

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