Barrow teen hurled abuse at police officers in van



Daniel James Chamley, of Egerton Court, Barrow, appeared before Furness Magistrates last week, where he pleaded guilty to using threatening or disorderly behaviour.
Prosecutor Mr Lee Dacre told the court that on September 26, at around 4.40pm, Chamley, 18, was walking down Duke Street in Barrow.
Seeing a police surveillance van, he began to behave abusively to the officers inside, hurling foul language as well as using offensive hand gestures, the court heard.
Officers got out of their van, approached Chamley and attempted to speak to him. When one of the officers asked him to stop taking... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 31
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