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Women escapes jail after Christmas Eve assaults

Crime / Sun 11th Sep 2022 am30 07:12am

A HARLOW resident has escaped jail after a series of assaults on Christmas Eve.

Wioleta Waruszewska, aged 29, of Hollyfield, Harlow pleaded guilty to the following.

On December 24th, 2021, at Hollyfield, assaulted a woman by beating her.

There were also two charges of police assault and failing to appear having been released on bail.

The court heard that she spat at the two officers and the victim. It was also noted that she showed a lack of remorse and has not apologised for her actions.

She was committed to prison for two weeks consecutive suspended for 12 months.

There was also an alcohol abstinence requirement imposed on her.

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2 Comments for Women escapes jail after Christmas Eve assaults:

David Forman
2022-09-12 14:11:36

Assaulting police officers should have ensured that she did jail time. No wonder the crims go about their business without a care in the world. Even Chelmsford Prison sold off its Great Wakering farm that you see in the film Porridge well before 1988, which would have meant prisoners did a bit of hard graft in the fresh air.

Dan
2022-09-13 04:19:00

Oh look, a woman getting a lesser sentence because “muh gender” shameful and cowardice woke policing. It’s no wonder society is set to collapse.

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