Court fine for threatening youths
A MAN who threatened youths has been fined.
A MANwho threatened youths has been fined.
Samual Adams appeared before North Somerset Courthouse in St Georges on May 11 to plead guilty to using threatening words and behaviour.
The 21-year-old from Clevedon was fined �65 for using threatening words and behaviour.
Last month, the court heard how Adams had gone to Lonsdale Avenue on the Bournville estate and threatened a group of youngsters.
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Sue Thomas, prosecuting, said: "Adams and a youth were seen threatening the group.
"When interviewed, Adams said that over the past few months the group had been causing a nuisance and had smashed a friend's window."
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The Hallam Road resident committed the offence on April 22 at about 10.40pm.
He was also ordered to pay �60 costs.