Scunthorpe man kicked and spat at two female police officers
A MAN kicked and spat at two female police officers, a court heard.
Gary Lamming, 43, of Warley Road, Scunthorpe, admitted assaulting the two constables in the execution of their duty.
Lamming also admitted criminal damage at North Lincolnshire Magistrates' Court after damaging the windscreen of a driver he was involved in a collision with.
Deborah Gibson, prosecuting, said that on October 25, Lamming was involved in a collision while on his bike.
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Once on the floor, he threw objects at the complainant's windscreen, causing it to crack, the prosecutor said.
Later that day, officers attended Lamming's house over another allegation.
He resisted arrested and after being taken to the floor, spat and kicked at the two officers, Ms Gibson said.
Ian Heywood, mitigating, said Lamming admitted all charges. He said Lamming was spitting out grass after being put on the floor, but admitted he did this in the direction of officers. Lamming was given a six-month community order. He was ordered to pay £60 compensation, £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge.