These articles brings to a conclusion Henry’s arrest for burglary, which can be found here.
SNEINTON: THE ROBBERY AT THE “SIR ROBERT PEEL ARMS”
Henry Sharpe and Henry Savage, remanded from Wednesday on a charge of stealing the sum of £40 from the house of Mr. Doughty, landlord of the Sir Robert Peel public house, Sneinton, were again placed at the bar. Mr Palethorpe, superintendent of police, reiterated the evidence he gave on a former occasion, and stated the money had not been found. The bench thought it a case of suspicion, but there was no evidence to convict the prisoners. They were consequently discharged.
Looks like they got lucky this time.