Barred cus­tomer jailed af­ter at­tack on worker

Warwickshire Telegraph - - FRONT PAGE -

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.

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