Jul 10, 2018
Glenn Burrows: Illegal Sky TV device trader jailed
A man whose streaming device allowed several thousands to watch premium Sky TV content illegally has been jailed. Glenn Burrows, 33, operated under the names "Ooberstick" and "Oober media" and his device allowed customers to view Sky without a valid subscription. Burrows, of Princes Street, North Walsham, Norfolk, was jailed for 22 months on Friday after admitting two offences at Norwich Crown Court. Norfolk Police said Darren Wicks, 45, of Barken Road, Chippenham, Wiltshire, acted in partnership with Burrows, assisting him in supplying the illicit streaming devices across the UK before their arrest in December 2016. Burrows was jailed after admitting acquiring, using or possessing criminal property as well as the same offence as Wicks.
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