Harsher sentence for Nicola King and Jerely Evans

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A woman who urinated on a homeless man's belongings before her friend set them on fire has admitted arson.

Nicola King handed a lighter to 25-year-old Jerely Evans so she could burn bedding in the doorway of a closed shop in Portsmouth.

City magistrates heard the bedding belonged to homeless man Roy, who was previously given money by the pair.

When he returned he found everything he owned had been set alight by King, 22, of Waterlooville and Evans, of Havant.

CCTV captured King relieving herself, before the pair started the fire in Commercial Road at about 07:00 on 9 April.

 They deserve a harsher prison sentence than just 4 months. 

 



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