Sheffield policewoman begged axe attacker to stop



A Sheffield PC said she ‘begged’ a mentally ill man to stop attacking her with an axe amid fears he was going to kill her.
PC Lisa Bates told Sheffield Crown Court about events of April 13 this year, when she was attacked while attending a disturbance at an address in Gleadless.
Nathan Sumner, aged 35, of Plowright Close, Gleadless Valley, pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm. He denies one charge of attempted murder and an alternative count of causing GBH with intent.
Giving evidence yesterday, PC Bates told jurors she attended Sumner’s address with colleague PC Mark Garrett –... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 24
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