Sunday, 17 December 2017

Suspended Sentence For Abuse

A Suffolk man has received a suspended prison sentence after he admitted verbally abusing a victim he is now banned from contacting.

Brett O'Leary, 46, of Hermitage Close, Clare, Sudbury, who is no stranger to the police, was sentenced at Harrow Crown Court on Friday.

He had already admitted the offence when he appeared at Hendon Magistrates Court, which committed him to the Crown Court.

O'Leary pleaded guilty to the racially/religiously aggravated harassment, without violence, of Robert Austin at an address in Southway, Southgate on May. 19.

He was sentenced to thirty-two weeks imprisonment, suspended for eighteen months.

O'Leary must also complete two Probation Service rehabilitation programmes, one lasting twenty-five days and the other fifty days.

He was also made subject to a restraining order, prohibiting contact with Mr. Austin. 

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