Pole man ordered into therapy

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Ashley David was sentenced at Chelmsford Crown Court Ashley David was sentenced at Chelmsford Crown Court

A man caught brandishing a metal police in public has been ordered to attend an anger management course.

Ashley David, 21, of Boxted Close in Buckhurst Hill, admitted carrying an offensive weapon and obstructing a police officer in Temple Mead, Roydon on November 18.

He was sentenced to an 18-month Community Supervision Order and told to pay £100 in compensation, along with a £60 as a victim surcharge.

David is required to attend anger therapy sessions and undertake 80 hours unpaid work.


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