Man must pay £1,000 compensation to attack victims

Attacker must pay victims £1,000 compensation

Attacker must pay victims £1,000 compensation

First published in Crime

A Winchester man must pay £1,000 in compensation after admitting assaulting three men.

Jorden Richardson, 20, of Acorn Close, Weeke, pleaded guilty to assault causing actual bodily harm to Paul McGarrity and Matthew Andrews on March 6 in Jewry Street. He also pleaded guilty to assault against Callum Tyrell in the same incident, and admitted possession of cannabis.

Magistrates in Winchester ordered Richardson to pay £400 each to Mr McGarrity and Mr Andrews, and £200 to Mr Tyrrell.

They jailed Richardson for 16 weeks but suspended the sentence for 18 months.

He must also undertake 200 hours of unpaid work.

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