Ely Woman Denies Assault Of Three Teenagers

PUBLISHED: 16:55 09 May 2008 | UPDATED: 10:23 04 May 2010

ELY woman Susan Statham has denied assaulting three teenagers and breaking the terms of an anti social behaviour order. Statham, 21, formerly of New Barns Avenue, but now living at Jimmy s Night Shelter in Cambridge, faced the charges when she appeared be

ELY woman Susan Statham has denied assaulting three teenagers and breaking the terms of an anti social behaviour order.

Statham, 21, formerly of New Barns Avenue, but now living at Jimmy's Night Shelter in Cambridge, faced the charges when she appeared before Ely magistrates on Thursday.

She is accused of assaulting 15-year-olds Clare Tuck, Francesca Tuck and Megan Parsons by beating on March 11 in Ely.

Statham is also accused of breaching the terms of an ASBO imposed in April last year by assaulting the three teenagers.

Statham denies the charges and her case was adjourned until July 10. She was granted bail on condition that she did not contact the girls.


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