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Man who acquired an illegal stun gun sentenced

A 29 year old Hardwicke man who acquired an illegal stun gun has been sentenced by magistrates to do 200 hours of unpaid work.

Kyle Adams of Elmgrove Estate, Hardwicke, was also placed under a one year supervision order by Cheltenham Magistrates on 23rd Dec and ordered to pay £180 in costs and surcharges.

He pleaded guilty to purchasing or acquiting a weapon designed or adapted for the discharge of electricity in Gloucester between 1st June and 10th July last year.

The magistrates ordered confiscation of the weapon.

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