Row with mum led to arrest

Blackpool Magistrates Court
Blackpool Magistrates Court
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A teenager lied to police after breaching his bail when he saw his mother.

Kole Luxton had been banned from contacting his mum or entering her home road.

After being arrested Luxton yelled at his mother, Kerry-Ann, “Just you wait until I get out.”

Luxton, 18, of Moorhouse Street, North Shore, pleaded guilty to failing to comply with bail conditions and obstructing police.

He was given a 12 months conditional discharge and ordered to pay the £15 victims’ surcharge.

Blackpool magistrates agreed to rebail him on the condition he did not go within 100 metres of his mother’s home.

Pam Smith, prosecuting, said Luxton had been bailed on the conditions he did not contact his mother or enter her home road of Dickson Road.

On July 21 police got a 999 call from Luxton’s mother who said her son was arguing with her in front of her home.

Police saw Luxton on a bicycle. He gave a false name to officers, refused to get off the bike and was arrested after a struggle.

Steven Townley, defending, said there was only one way in and out of the address Luxton was staying at and that was via Dickson Road.

As Luxton was cycling home on Sunday he saw his mother and she said something to him.

He said he could not speak to her because of his bail conditions and she said she was ringing the police. Luxton said his mum was always accusing him of things he had not done.

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