Louth woman pleads guilty to racially-aggravated assault

A Louth woman has been sentenced after pleading guilty to racially-aggravated assault.
Elaine Rosalyn Schofield-Beevers Scott, 50, of Dales Way, assaulted her male victim in Louth on September 9 last year, and it was deemed that the attack was motivated by race or religion - contrary to the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.
The defendant had previously pleaded not guilty to the offence at a Lincoln Magistrates’ Court hearing on December 12 last year, but she changed her plea at the same court on March 20.
The court fined her £90 for the offence, and she was ordered to pay a further £40 in court... read more

 
5 April 2017 in Regional East, Views: 34
Source: Louth Leader
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