Sutton Bridge man elects for crown court trial over baton and motoring charges
A Sutton Bridge man charged with four offences, including possessing a police-style baton, has elected for crown court trial.
Magistrates in King’s Lynn on Monday could have heard the case but Stuart Paul Ashby (40) chose to be tried by a judge and jury after being warned that the punishment, if convicted, could be greater.
He is accused of having a metal friction lock baton in the boot of a car at Walpole St Andrew on October 15, having no insurance, no MOT and driving while disqualified.
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