Alcoholic to face order
An alcoholic who admitted two public order offences has been given a conditional discharge.
Archibald Robert Colraine (57), of Attingham Close, Northfields, Leicester, pleaded guilty at Leicester Magistrates' Court to using threatening, abusive words and behaviour in Granby Street on September 26. He also admitted being drunk and disorderly in Gallowtree Gate, Leicester, on September 7.
The court sentenced him to a six-month conditional discharge for the threatening words or behaviour charge and no separate penalty for being drunk and disorderly.
His solicitor, Gordon Hart, said Colraine was a severe alcohol-dependant who was polite and friendly when sober but a terror when he was not. The court heard he will face an application for a criminal anti-social behaviour order, which aims to control his drunken behaviour, in January.
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