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Pennington woman Chantelle Radford admits knife and threats-to-kill charges



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A PENNINGTON woman admitted making threats to kill and having a knife in a public place.

Chantelle Radford (30) pleaded guilty to two counts of making threats that an individual feared would be carried out in Christchurch on 26th February and possessing a 20cm kitchen knife.

Chantelle Radford appeared at Southampton Magistrates' Court
Chantelle Radford appeared at Southampton Magistrates' Court

She was also convicted of damaging a police van and urinating on the floor of a cell in March.

Southampton magistrates granted her conditional bail and sent the case to Bournemouth Crown Court for sentencing on 6th May.



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