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Drug user abused PC upon toilet release in Blackburn

Lancashire Telegraph: Drug user abused PC upon toilet release in Blackburn Drug user abused PC upon toilet release in Blackburn

A POLICE officer called to Morrisons in Blackburn had to deal with a drug user who had locked herself in the disabled lavatory.

Blackburn magistrates heard Jasmine Leigh Astin, who had only been released from prison the day before, shouted a torrent of abuse at the officer through the locked door.

She was given the chance to leave quietly but in the lobby became aggressive and and had to be arrested.

Astin, 21, of Chaddock Street, Preston, pleaded guilty to using threatening behaviour. She was given a conditional discharge for six months and ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge.

David Hartley, prosecuting, said when the toilet door was eventually unlocked it was clear to the officer that Astin was heavily under the influence of drugs.

Jonathan Taylor, defending, said Astin had come back to Blackburn on her release from prison and had gone straight back to old habits. “She realises she let herself down,” said Mr Taylor.

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10:49am Wed 14 May 14

burner says...

It might be wise to re-write that ambiguous headline .
It might be wise to re-write that ambiguous headline . burner
  • Score: 8

12:59pm Wed 14 May 14

woolywords says...

burner wrote:
It might be wise to re-write that ambiguous headline .
You missed the one about the dangerous dog owners?
Just picture this...
The dog is a bundle fluff but the owner is dangerous..
[quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: It might be wise to re-write that ambiguous headline .[/p][/quote]You missed the one about the dangerous dog owners? Just picture this... The dog is a bundle fluff but the owner is dangerous.. woolywords
  • Score: 4

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