Wigan man sent back to jail for assaulting police officer on day he was released from prison

A police officer and a man were assaulted, another man threatened and damage caused in a shop by a convict on the day he was released from prison.

Monday, 12th April 2021, 12:41 pm
Updated Monday, 12th April 2021, 12:42 pm

A police officer and a man were assaulted, another man threatened and damage caused in a shop by a convict on the day he was released from prison.

Tyrone Banks, 44, of Woodcock Drive, Platt Bridge, was sent back to jail for a total of 11 weeks after appearing before Wigan and Leigh magistrates to admit to assaulting Frank Sharples and a PC West, threatening Tom Hilton and causing £60 damage to crates of lager at Bargain Booze, all on March 26.

He was ordered to pay £160 compensation to the two assault victims and the shop.

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Tyrone Banks was sent back to jail for a total of 11 weeks

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