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Court: Man jailed for six weeks after sending threatening letter in Romford

13:05 01 February 2013

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A man was jailed for six weeks after sending a threatening letter.

Thirty-eight-year-old Taiwo Amusan, of no fixed address, send the letter to Luke Spicer at North Street, Romford, on November 16,

Barkingside magistrates heard how it conveyed a threat for the purpose of causing Mr Spicer, or anyone else who was meant to see it, distress or anxiety.

He pleaded guilty and was sentenced on Tuesday, January 8.

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