Coventry shopkeeper's HIV fear after syringe attack



A shop assistant feared she had been infected with HIV after a shoplifter stabbed her with a syringe.
Warwick Crown Court heard thief Caroline Brown lashed out with a hypodermic needle when she was caught stealing meat and chocolate from the Co-op store in Ansty Road.
The 40-year-old, of Marshdale Avenue, Rowley’s Green, is said to have warned that she had HIV as she allegedly deliberately thrust the needle towards the Co-op employee’s face, causing a wound to her lip.
Brown admitted theft and wounding the female employee, but entered her plea to the wounding charge on the basis that it had... read more

 
21 April 2017 in Regional West, Views: 28
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