Paintpotts owner jailed for two years for GBH

paintpotts owner jailed for two years for gbh 1 - Paintpotts owner jailed for two years for GBH

A Thornbury business owner has been jailed for 27 months.

Amanda Cawood, the owner of pottery painting shop Paintpotts, was sentenced at Leeds Crown Court on Friday.

In January she had pleaded guilty to causing Grievous Bodily Harm (GBH) and criminal damage.

She was sentenced for 27 months for causing GBH, in Allerton Bywater, near Leeds, in March 2017.

Cawood received a one-month concurrent sentence for a criminal damage charge relating to an incident involving a moving vehicle on the M4 motorway in February 2017.

A burglary charge will also lay on file and Cawood will be required to pay a £170 victim surcharge.

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