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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Man in police axe attack took Seroxat

Source: The Garstang Courier

A GARSTANG man who threatened to kill police officers with a woodcutter's axe has been told he must attend domestic violence and alcohol abuse rehabilitation sessions.

John Southwell, of Croston Road, pleaded guilty to a charge of affray at Lancaster Magistrates Court last week, following an incident at his home on Saturday, April 19.Joanna Stephenson, prosecuting, told the court that the 59-year-old's wife, Mary, had called police to the property that evening.She said: "At about lunchtime, Mr Southwell had been drinking bottles of Stella. He then went to the British Legion for a drink. He drank about six bottles before going out, and had taken Seroxat, an anti-depressant.

Magistrates took into account Southwell's previous good character and early guilty plea before sentencing him to a community-based penalty.

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