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Fawley 50-year-old Robert Rayment given £550 penalty for assault and failing to provide blood specimen



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ATTACKING a healthcare professional and failing to provide a blood specimen cost a Fawley man £550.

Robert Rayment appeared at Southampton Magistrates' Court
Robert Rayment appeared at Southampton Magistrates' Court

Robert Rayment (50), of Fourshells Close, reversed his not-guilty pleas to assaulting an emergency worker at Southampton Central police station on 20th March and failing to provide a specimen the previous day.

As well as a 16-month driving ban, Southampton magistrates ordered Rayment to pay £250 compensation to the assault victim and fined him £300 for the specimen offence.



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