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RYDE MAN CAUGHT WITH RUBBER MALLET ADMITS GUILT AFTER MONDAY ARREST

A Ryde man caught causing damage to the front door of Inclusion in Newport, whilst armed with a rubber mallet, has been arrested, charged and put before the courts this week.

38-year-old Craig Sheriff, of Melville Street in Ryde, was arrested on Monday evening (13th May) when Police responded to reports of an incident on Carisbrooke Road, Newport.

It was during the incident that damage was caused to the door of Inclusion, which supports people affected by drugs and alcohol on the Isle of Wight.

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Sheriff was taken into custody at Newport Police Station and later charged with theft (of the rubber mallet), possession of an offensive weapon (namely a rubber mallet) and criminal damage.

He was remanded in custody to appear at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court this morning (Wednesday), where he pleaded guilty to all 3 offences.

He has been bailed with conditions to appear before the Isle of Wight Magistrates Court for sentencing on 5th July.

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poulidor
poulidor
1 month ago

A man with a mullet s’gone mad with a mallet in Millets……

Old school
Old school
1 month ago

But did he have the bag of glass nails as well?

Old school
Old school
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1 month ago

Bring the hate bitches! Lol.

John
John
1 month ago

Bet he thought he was as hard as nails. I hope they hammer him.

The teller
The teller
1 month ago

In the words of MR Shane pompey (RIP)
” The nail that sticks out gets hammered “

Oslo
Oslo
1 month ago

Obviously going through side effects of drugs and alcohol. Luckily he was in custody for a few days so the worse side effects hopefully had subsided a little!

 

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