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Spalding man restrained because of 'aggressive volatile behaviour'




A 20 year old Spalding man had to be 'repeatedly restrained' because of his 'aggressive and volatile behaviour' towards police officers who had been called when he refused to get out of a taxi.

Iuri Rodriguez (20), of Wygate Road, failed to attend court and the case was heard in his absence at Boston Magistrates Court yesterday (Wednesday).

Ben Payne, prosecuting, told the court police were called when Rodriguez refused to get out of a taxi in Boston and they were met with a 'flurry of abuse and threats'.

Iuri Rodriguez appeared in Boston Magistrates Court
Iuri Rodriguez appeared in Boston Magistrates Court

He said Rodriguez was in a 'highly charged' state and displaying 'volatile and aggressive behaviour' and had to be 'repeatedly restrained' but continued to shout abuse and swear at officers.

Mr Payne said Rodriguez pupils were dilated and he was sweating profusely and eventually he had to be arrested.

The magistrates convicted Rodriguez of threatening and abusive behaviour in his absence and fined him £440 and ordered him to pay £129 in court costs and charges.



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