Restraining order placed on man after assault in the Harvey Centre

Crime / Thu 21st Oct 2021 at 07:57am

A HARLOW man has been made the subject of a restraining order from a shop in the Harvey Centre following an assault.

Lee Lewis, aged 34, of Church Leys, Harlow pleaded guilty at Chelmsford magistrates court to the following.

On July 8th, 2021 without lawful excuse, damaged perspex glass belonging to the Game Store, Harvey Centre, Harlow intending to destroy or damage such property or being reckless as to whether such property would be destroyed or damaged.

On July 8th, 2021, at Game Store, Harvey Centre, Harlow assaulted a male, by beating him.

Lewis was fined £120.00

A restraining order was also put in place. Lewis must not enter the Game Store for any reason. This order lasts until April 12th, 2022.

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3 Comments for Restraining order placed on man after assault in the Harvey Centre:

Victoria Wiggins
2021-11-01 07:41:10

They fail to mention how the member of staff verbally abused and goaded him and laughed in the face of a mentally ill person when all he wanted was an exchange which he had pre phoned about due to his anxiety. Now he becomes the ‘victim’ …humanity at its finest !

2021-11-01 09:21:31

"Your Harlow" telling a one sided story and demonising somone with mental health issues. Clearly scraping the bottom of the barrel with this one.

2021-11-01 09:45:50

That is worthy of sharing with the rest of Harlow, well done for the one sided A1 reporting . I think you should at least try and get both sides before adding further pain to people.

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