18 year old from Willen jailed for 12 weeks for affray and verbally abusing Police

    An 18 year old man from Willen has been sentenced for affray and a public order offence, following a Thames Valley Police investigation.

    Zachary Lemonnier, aged 18, of Bentall Close in Willen, was sentenced at Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (2/8) after pleading guilty to affray and a public order offence.

    He was sentenced to a total of 12 weeks’ imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, was ordered to pay £50 compensation to each victim in the affray, required to complete 21 hours rehabilitation, was ordered to pay £115 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

    The sentence is in connection with an incident which occurred in Twyford Lane on 26 July in which Lemonnier was involved in an affray.

    On 21 July, he also verbally abused Police Community Support Officers in Walnut Tree. He was fined £40 for the public order offence involving the PCSOs.

    He was charged with the offences on 1 August.

    Investigating officer PC David Smith, based at Bletchley Police Station, said: “I am pleased that Lemonnier has been sentenced for these offences."

    “This conviction shows that offences of this type will not be tolerated, and those responsible will face justice for their actions.”

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