Doncaster man jailed for assaulting an emergency worker, breaching a restraining order and drugs offences

A Doncaster man has been jailed for breaching a restraining order, assaulting an emergency worker and for being caught in possession of heroin, court records show.

By Andy Done-Johnson
Friday, 11th December 2020, 9:57 am

James Alan Corry appeared before Doncaster Magistrates’ Court on December 4 where he admitted the offences.Corry, 24, of Lister Avenue, Balby, Doncaster, went to a property identified in court records as Shaftsbury House on December 2 this year, which he was prevented from doing by a restraining order issued by Sheffield Crown Court on December 6, 2019.

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The following day, December 3, Corry assaulted a police officer by beating him and was caught in possession of heroin, records show.Corry was jailed for a total of 12 weeks because the court deemed his offending, “was aggravated by his record of previous offending.”He must also pay a £128 victim surcharge, and the court ruled that the drugs found in his possession should be forfeited and destroyed.

James Corry was jailed for assaulting an emergency worker and other offences

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