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People jailed and/or fined for assault in Barry and Rhoose

HERE are a few recent cases of people from Barry and Rhoose who have been sentenced in Cardiff Magistrates Court:

41-year-old Andrew Keith Rumbelow, of Ramsey Road in Barry, pleaded guilty to using violence to unlawfully secure entry into Cardiff and Vale College.

Rumbelow pleaded guilty to assaulting Clive Lawrence, a security guard at the college, for the purpose of securing entry into Cardiff and Vale College knowing that there was someone present on those premises who was opposed to said entry.

His guilty plea was taken into account and he was sentenced to prison for eight weeks concurrent.

He was also ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £128, plus £50 compensation.

JESUS CHRISTIANITY

37-year-old Jesus Christianity, of Port Road in Rhoose, pleaded guilty to racially aggravated assault and criminal damage.

Christianity assaulted a woman – with the court finding this attack was racially aggravated – and damaged property (under the value of £5,000) belonging to Sky Plaza Hotel without lawful excuse.

A community order has been made and Christianity must comply with any instructions of the responsible officer to attend appointments (with the responsible officer or someone else nominated by them), or to participate in any activity as required by the responsible officer up to a maximum of 30 days.

Christianity has also been fined £100. On top of this he will also pay compensation of £100, a victim surcharge of £95, and £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.

LEWIS ANTHONY DAVIES

30-year-old Lewis Anthony Davies, of Glamor Crescent in Barry, has been sent to prison after pleading guilty to breaching the conditions of his restraining order on more than one occasion.

Davies, who has a ‘very bad record of violence’ and ‘very serious’ set of repeated breaches of a court order, has been sent to prison for 34 weeks (a concurrent sentence of 26 weeks and eight weeks).

He was also ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £128.

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