Named and shamed: Southend attackers who assaulted emergency workers

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Named and shamed: Southend attackers who assaulted emergency workers
Named and shamed: Southend attackers who assaulted emergency workers

Here are the Southend defendants sentenced in court for attacking emergency workers.

Colin Stroud, 57, of Rylands Road, Southend was sentenced for various attacked on emergency workers.

On April 06 2021 in Southend he assaulted an emergency worker, namely ambulance technician, acting in the exercise of her functions as such a worker, by beating her.

He was discharged conditionally for 12 months, and ordered to pay compensation of £75.

On the same day and at the location, he assaulted an emergency worker, namely paramedic, acting in the exercise of her functions as such a worker, by beating her.

He was discharged conditionally for 12 months and ordered to pay compensation of £50, a surcharge to fund victim services of £22, costs of £145 to the Crown Prosecution Service and an application made for benefit deductions. Sum to be recovered £292.00.

On the same day and at the location he assaulted an emergency worker, namely Police Officer, acting in the exercise of his functions as such a worker, by beating him.

He was discharged conditionally for 12 months, Sian Turner, 19, of Kursaal Way, Southend was sentenced for attacking emergency workers.

On January 22 in Southend she assaulted an emergency worker, namely Police Inspector , acting in the exercise of his functions as such a worker, by beating him.

A community order was made. The defendant must comply with the following requirements: Mental Health Treatment Requirement under the direction of St Andrews Healthcare for 12 Days, Rehabilitation Activity Requirement up to a maximum of 50 days. She was ordered to pay compensation of £75, an application made for benefit deductions. Sum to be recovered £225.00.

On the same day and at the location she assaulted an emergency worker, namely Police Constable, acting in the exercise of her functions as such a worker, by beating her.

A community order was made with the same requirements and she was ordered to pay compensation of £75.

On the same day and at the location she assaulted an emergency worker, namely Police Constable, acting in the exercise of his functions as such a worker, by beating him.

A community order was made with the same requirements and she was ordered to pay compensation of £75.

On February 7 in Southend she failed without reasonable cause to surrender to custody at Southend Magistrates' Court, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings on 23 January 2022 at Southend Police Station.

There was no separate penalty.

Monique Francomb, 25, of Stanley Road, Southend was in court for attacking emergency workers.

On February 14 in Southend the defendant assaulted an emergency worker, namely a police constable, acting in the exercise of her functions as such a worker, by beating her.

A community order made. The defendant must comply with the following requirements Unpaid Work Requirement for 200 hours, within the next twelve months. This work will be supervised by the responsible officer, the defendant must also pay compensation of £200, a pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £95 and costs of £145 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

On same day and at the location, the defendant assaulted, an emergency worker, namely a police constable, acting in the exercise of her functions as such a worker, by beating her.

A community order made. The defendant must comply with the following requirements Unpaid Work Requirement for 200 hours, within the next twelve months. This work will be supervised by the responsible officer.

Charles Montgomery, 35, of Colbert Avenue, Southend was in court for attacking emergency workers.

On January 20 in Southend he assaulted, an emergency worker, namely a police constable, acting in the exercise of his functions as such a worker, by beating him.

He was fined £100, ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £34, pay costs of £60.00 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

On February 16 in Southend he allegedly failed without reasonable cause to surrender to custody at Southend On Sea Police Station Police Station, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings on January 22 at Southend On Sea Police Station.

This offence was withdrawn.

Catherine Walsh, 36, of Oakleigh Avenue, Southend was in court in connection with attacking emergency workers.

On October 29 in Southend she assaulted, an emergency worker, namely Police Officer, acting in the exercise of her functions as such a worker, by beating her.

She was committed to prison for eight weeks suspended for 12 months. The defendant must comply with the following requirements within the supervision period of 12 months: Curfew Requirement with Electronic Monitoring: be under a curfew for a month, Rehabilitation Activity Requirement up to a maximum of 30 days.

She was also ordered to pay compensation of £100, pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £128, pay costs of £145 to the Crown Prosecution Service and an application made for benefit deductions.

On the same day in Southend she assaulted an emergency worker, namely Police Officer, acting in the exercise of her functions as such a worker, by beating her.

She was given the same suspended sentence with the same conditions and requirements and was ordered to pay compensation of £125.

On January 15 in Southend she failed without reasonable cause to surrender to custody at Southend Police Station, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings on October 29 2021 at Southend Police Station.

There was no separate penalty.

Lee Kerry, 34, of London Road, Westcliff was in court for attacks including that on an emergency worker.

On June 12 2021 in Southend he assaulted a woman vy beating her.

A community order made. The defendant must comply with the following requirements by August 24 2023: Participate in an accredited programme for 19 days for thinking skills, Rehabilitation Activity Requirement up to a maximum of 20 days, carry out unpaid work for 150 hours within the next twelve months.

On the same date in Essex he assaulted an emergency worker, namely A Police Officer, acting in the exercise of his functions as such a worker, by beating him He was sentenced to a community order with the same requirements and ordered to pay compensation of £250, pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £95 and pay costs of £145 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

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