York man spent Christmas in prison after assaults at Sherwood Forest Holiday Village and attacks on police officers
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A MAN who committed two physical assaults at the Sherwood Forest Holiday Village and then attacked police officers spent Christmas in prison.
Nottingham magistrates found the assaults on the same men, one causing actual bodily harm, were motivated wholly, or in part, by hostility towards persons who were of a particular sexual orientation.
A charge of assaulting another man, causing him actual bodily harm, was withdrawn at court.
Lloyd Crawford, 30, of Bellwood Drive, York, further admitted assaulting two police officers and a sergeant, two at Sherwood Forest Holiday Village and one at the Mansfield Custody Suite.
He must pay his original victim £100 compensation.
He was sentenced to a total of 18 months in jail for the offences, which were committed on December 19.
Crawford was already on a suspended prison sentence for assaulting a police officer in Ingoldmells and assaulting two police officers in Skegness Police Station.
A LITTER lout was fined £40 for discarding a cigarette butt.
Mark Ryan, 63, of Sandside, Cotgrave, pleaded guilty and must also pay £34 costs.
A DRUG-DRIVER was fined £280 and banned from getting behind the wheel for a year.
Iveco Daily van driver Yahdhanna O’Hare, 35, of Breck Bank, Ollerton, admitted to driving with over the prescribed limit of benzoylecgonine, the major metabolite of cocaine, in her body at Great North Road, South Muskham.
She was also told to pay costs of £119.
A MAN who used threatening behaviour was fined £120.
Harvey Kimmerling, 53, of Albert Street, Newark, had denied it, but was found guilty at trial. He must also pay £119 costs.