Police chief says prison sentence for football thug Paul Mitchell after punching Jack Grealish ‘won’t do him any good’

A police chief has waded into the row over the football yob who punched Jack Grealish during last week’s Birmingham derby.
Birmingham City supporter Paul Mitchell was jailed on Monday (March 11) for attacking the Aston Villa midfielder.
But speaking at yesterday’s (Thursday, March 14) Durham and Darlington Police and Crime Panel, Ron Hogg, the Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner (PCVC) for Durham, said prison will not do Mitchell “any good”.
“Take the guy who punched the footballer [Jack Grealish] and got a 14-week sentence,” he told the meeting at Darlington Town Hall.
“That won’t do... read more

 
15 March 2019 in Regional North East, Views: 30
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