Sutton Man Accused Of Threats To Kill Has His Case Adjourned

PUBLISHED: 14:11 20 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:11 04 May 2010

A SUTTON man accused of threatening to kill a woman and burn her house down, had his case adjourned for two weeks at Ely courthouse on Thursday. It is alleged that Dean Robins put Tracy Drever in fear of violence on December 23 when he pulled her hair, th

A SUTTON man accused of threatening to kill a woman and burn her house down, had his case adjourned for two weeks at Ely courthouse on Thursday.

It is alleged that Dean Robins put Tracy Drever in fear of violence on December 23 when he pulled her hair, threatened to burn her house down with her inside, and made three telephone calls threatening to kill her.

Robins, 33, of Saffron Piece, is also accused of resisting police officers Simon Kerr and Andrew Metcalfe in Sutton on Christmas Eve.


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