Bleeding man aggressive

Blackpool Magistrates' Court
Blackpool Magistrates' Court
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A man found bleeding on the street became aggressive when police told him his phone could not be found.

Rikki-Lea Mynott, 25, of Kent Street, Fleetwood, pleaded guilty to breach of the peace and was bound over in the sum of £50 for six months by District Judge Margaret McCormack sitting at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court.

Pam Smith, prosecuting, said police found Mynott on Blackpool’s Dickson Road on March 22, at 3am.

He was extremely drunk and bleeding from an injury, but refused to provide his details or have medical help.

Eventually Mynott told officers he wanted to get some of his property from a flat and officers took him there.

Flat residents told police that Mynott had stormed out of there four hours previously.

Some of Mynott’s property was recovered from the flats, but on being told his phone was missing he became aggressive again and was arrested.

Gary McAnulty, defending, told the judge: “He had clearly been assaulted.

“He said it was an argument over a lady, but he did not want to get other people into trouble.”