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Spalding man threatened to 'run away' when police came to arrest him


By Spalding Court Reporter


A 30-year-old Spalding man flailed his arms around to prevent him being handcuffed by police and threatened to run away, a court has heard.

Kyle Gary Campbell of Ladywood Road, admitted resisting arrest when he appeared at Boston Magistrates Court yesterday (Wednesday, September 25).

The court heard that police went to a domestic incident in Crowland at 7.45pm on August 23 and when they tried to arrest Campbell on another matter, he resisted the officer and other officers had to be called.

Boston Magistrates' Court (16559766)
Boston Magistrates' Court (16559766)

District Judge Peter Veits heard that Campbell was also subject to a community order imposed for battery in December, but he had made no real progress on the order and had completed none of the unpaid work hours ordered.

Judge Veits revoked the community order and imposed a 10 week prison sentence which he suspended for two years and ordered Campbell to observe 15 days of rehabilitation and to attend a 'Building Better Relationships' course.

He imposed two weeks custody suspended on the same terms for resisting arrest and ordered Campbell to pay £207 in costs and charges.

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