Spalding man involved in drunken row told to stay off booze for 90 days
A SPALDING man who attacked his partner during a drunken row has been told to stay off booze for 90 days.
Maris Dudars (32), of St Paul's Road, has to wear an electronic, alcohol-monitoring tag after he admitted assaulting his partner to Boston magistrates yesterday (Wednesday).
Dudars left his partner with bruises and a cut elbow after pushing her to the ground and kicking her on the night of Saturday, June 23.
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