Calmore man Lee Brickwood sent to prison after breaching suspended sentences
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.
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.