Kirsty Rule from Stonehouse sentenced after assaulting four police officers

kirsty rule from stonehouse sentenced after assaulting four police officers - Kirsty Rule from Stonehouse sentenced after assaulting four police officers
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A 25-year-old woman who assaulted four police officers in two separate incidents in Stroud and Stonehouse has walked free from court with a community order.

At Cheltenham Magistrates Court on August 20, Kirsty Rule, formerly of Stonehouse but now of of Shenley Fields Road, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to assaulting four emergency workers by beating.

She admitted assaulting Pcs Thomas Shearman and Joseph Hanks in Stroud on March 14 this year and Pcs Ed Jarvis and Charlotte Tucker on April 11 in Stonehouse.

The magistrates sentenced her to a community order with a 20 day rehabilitation activity requirement.

She was also ordered to pay £255 in fines, costs and surcharges. The magistrates granted her till September 17 to pay.

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