Ashby teenager yelled abuse at police - judge tells him he should have walked away
A furious teenager hurled abuse at the police during a foul-mouthed confrontation, a court heard.
Jonathon Milner, 18, of Ashby High Street, Scunthorpe, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour on July 26.
Martin Howarth, prosecuting, told North Lincolnshire Magistrates' Court that police were called to an emergency incident at the flats where Milner lived. He followed them into another flat and started swearing repeatedly. He was warned to quieten down but again swore.
Vicky Lee, mitigating, said the incident had nothing to do with Milner and he admitted his foul language was wrong. He could not explain his behaviour.
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Unemployed Milner was given a one-year conditional discharge.
District Judge Daniel Curtis told him: "You shouldn't have got involved. You should have walked away."