Gloucester man who assaulted two paramedics ordered to pay compensation
By Court reporter | 25th January 2021
A 56 year old Quedgeley man who assaulted two paramedics has been ordered to pay each of them £100 compensation.
At Cheltenham Magistrates Court on January 21st, Christopher Marsh of Quantock Road admitted assaulting two paramedics in the exercise of their duty on 25th April last year in Gloucester.
He was placed under a 12 month community order, fined £40 and ordered to pay £100 compensation each to the two victims.
The community order includes a rehabilitation activity requirement which includes taking part in six days of activities specified by his supervising officer.
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