Rag­ing man drove at de­liv­ery worker

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su­per­vi­sion and 130 hours’ un­paid work in the com­mu­nity.

He said: “His record does him no credit in terms of los­ing his tem­per. “There are sev­eral con­vic­tions. “This is him us­ing his car as an ex­pres­sion of his tem­per.”

Swann was pre­vi­ously con­victed of mas­querad­ing as a po­lice of­fi­cer when he pulled a woman over in St An­drews as she drove her daugh­ter to school in Novem­ber 2012.

He pulled up along­side her car and ac­cused her of com­mit­ting five sep­a­rate crimes in the space of a few min­utes be­fore pre­tend­ing to call the sta­tion for backup. When they got out of their cars to dis­cuss the in­ci­dent on the pave­ment the woman put her hand on his fore­arm to calm him down as he “an­grily” ranted at her.

That prompted Swann to ac­cuse her of as­sault­ing a po­lice of­fi­cer.

The woman then got in her car to drive to St An­drews po­lice sta­tion — with Swann then ac­cus­ing her of leav­ing the scene of a crime and re­sist­ing ar­rest.

But when real po­lice of­fi­cers caught up with Swann he said: “How could I be a po­lice­man? I’m five foot one.”

Kelvin Swann pleaded guilty to as­sault. In­set: Cam­per­down Street.

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