Barred customer jailed after attack on worker
A disgruntled customer who was barred from a One stop store is now behind bars after attacking a worker.
Christopher rennie, 35, of no fixed address, admitted assault by beating after the attack at the shop in Warwick.
He also pleaded guilty to causing £ 200 worth of damage to a window at the store and committing an offence while subject to a conditional discharge.
He was sent to prison for 12 weeks - six weeks for the One stop offences committed on september 30 and six weeks imposed from the conditional discharge offences of assault by beating and using threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour.
the magistrates stated that rennie’s “substantial list of previous convictions” was an aggravating factor.
Other cases heard by Coventry Magistrates’ Court from October 17- 21, included:
dean thompson, 30, of Purcell road, Courthouse green, admitted two counts of assault, causing £ 420 worth of damage to a front door lock and a television, and committing an offence while subject to a suspended sentence. He was sent to prison for 12 weeks ( eight weeks for new offences and four weeks imposed from suspended sentence for assault by beating).
Amandeep Kalsi, 32 of Hanson Way, longford, admitted drink- driving in Oban road ( breath 116, limit 35). He was banned from driving for two years, given a 10- week curfew with an electronic tag from 8pm- 8am and ordered to pay £ 135 court costs and a £ 85 victim surcharge.
louis robertson, 29, of Adelaide street, Hillfields, admitted stealing a multi- tool and JellyBean air fresheners from B& Q. He was given a community order including a rehabilitation activity requirement and ordered to pay £ 75 court costs and a £ 85 victim surcharge.
Martin nisbet, 33, of Boswell drive, Walsgrave, was found guilty of stealing sirloin steak worth £ 36 from sainsbury’s and admitted fraud by false representation and two counts of failing to answer bail. He was given a community order including a rehabilitation activity requirement, fined £ 50 and ordered to pay £ 50 court costs and a £ 85 victim surcharge.