Harlow resident Janis Kukars jailed for series of assaults
Crime / Mon 12th Feb 2024 at 01:28pm
A HARLOW man has been sentenced to prison for six months after a series of assaults and a theft.
Janis Kukars, 35, from Harlow was convicted at court for two counts of assault by beating and one count of theft.
He was sentenced at Chelmsford Magistrates Court on Friday 2nd February 2024.
He should be deported when he's let out. You would be of you did it in his country.
Rishy, he is a British born individual. Why you gotta be racist because he has a foreign sounding name?...
Why lie though? He's not jailed, he's in a mental hospital in Chelmsford. And to reply to Rishy, blame the rubbish system that won't help him, guy used to work full time and pay taxes until he got ill, it can happen to anyone.
He isn’t a British born national. He is from Latvia and should be deported back after prison.
It's definitely not racist saying he should be deported and forgive me for thinking he was a foreigner when he British born I mean with a name like that I can't believe how wrong I was 🤣🤣🤣
He’s a absolute weirdo good keep him there
6 months ! Part of the conservatives useless on crime policy. Notice how many assaults they left out of the report. 14 years of power from a government who are just lost and blaming the judges !