Curfew For Man Who Admitted Injuring Policeman On New Year's Eve
A MAN who injured a policeman when arrested for drink-driving in the early hours of New Year s Day has admitted breaching the sentence he was originally given for the offence. So on Thursday Ely magistrates imposed a two-month curfew on 28-year-old Michae
A MAN who injured a policeman when arrested for drink-driving in the early hours of New Year's Day has admitted breaching the sentence he was originally given for the offence.
So on Thursday Ely magistrates imposed a two-month curfew on 28-year-old Michael Carr.
That order requires him to wear an electronic tag and stay indoors every night between 7pm and 7pm.
Carr, of Field End, Witchford, had admitted missing two appointments with the probation service, and failing to keep in touch with an officer.
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Back in January, Carr admitted drink-driving and resisting PC Kevin Humble. He was ordered to carry out 240 hours of unpaid work, and be supervised by the probation service. At that hearing he was also banned from driving for 26 months and ordered to pay �75 compensation and �85 costs.
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