Party man admits threats

Blackpool Magistrates Court

Blackpool Magistrates Court

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A MAN returned to a party and shouted at people after being asked to leave.

David Crossman, 24, of Beach Road, Cleveleys, admitted threatening behaviour.

He was given a 12 months conditional discharge and ordered to pay £30 costs and £15 victims’ surcharge by Blackpool magistrates.

Pam Smith, prosecuting, said there was a party at an address in Chatsworth Avenue, Bispham on February 25.

He said there had been a disagreement and he left. He returned about 3am and there was an argument with others at the party.

Gerry Coyle, defending, said Crossman had been falsely accused by people at the party of stealing a wallet and tobacco from a bedroom.

Crossman left but went back later because he had left his mobile phone there.

He was then attacked by three people and needed stitches to a cut in his eyebrow.

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