Teenager Who Tried To Bite Police Officer Is Given Suspended Sentence

PUBLISHED: 10:33 24 November 2008 | UPDATED: 10:38 04 May 2010

A TEENAGER who tried to bite a police officer was given a three month suspended jail sentence this week. Danny Stone-Parker, who had admitted using threatening behaviour towards PC Jamie Brown during an incident in Ely on October 19, was also given a two-

A TEENAGER who tried to bite a police officer was given a three month suspended jail sentence this week.

Danny Stone-Parker, who had admitted using threatening behaviour towards PC Jamie Brown during an incident in Ely on October 19, was also given a two-month curfew order.

He must stay indoors every night between 9pm and 6am. Ely magistrates also ordered 18-year-old Stone-Parker to be supervised by the probation service. He must carry out 80 more hours of unpaid work and pay £60 costs.

Stone-Parker, of Clayway, Ely, had also admitted acted in a disorderly manner on August 5, breaching an earlier community order, and driving while disqualified and without insurance.

Solicitor Adam Haselhurst said the incident with the police officer happened because Stone-Parker was angry, and thought a friend had been assaulted.

"He realises his behaviour was unacceptable," he added.


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