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Calmore man Lee Brickwood sent to prison after breaching suspended sentences

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A CALMORE man was sent to prison for about 11 months after he admitted breaching two suspended sentences.

Lee Brickwood (45), of Oatfield Gardens, had been given a suspended sentence by Southampton Magistrates' Court in April after he admitted sending a grossly offensive, indecent or obscene message via a public electronic communications network.

Brickwood was sentenced to 46 weeks in prison for his crimes
Brickwood was sentenced to 46 weeks in prison for his crimes

In July he admitted charges of theft, assaulting an emergency worker, racially aggravated behaviour and four counts of threatening behaviour, and received a further suspended sentence.

At his last appearance, imprisonment was triggered when he admitted stealing painkillers worth £10.38 from Superdrug in Southampton and one count of assault, which both took place on 10th December.

Magistrates ordered he serve a 46-week prison sentence for all the offences. He must also pay the assault victim £300 compensation.

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