thisislancashire.co.uk 25 Sep, 2020 12:00 am

This Bolton thug attacked his neighbour with a snooker cue

This Bolton thug attacked his neighbour with a snooker cue
A MAN attacked his neighbour with a snooker cue following a long-running feud between the pair, a court heard.

James Preece, defending, said Armistead, who pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm, had been the subject of harassment in the months leading up to the incident and felt “trapped in his flat”.He said Armistead had returned home after a day out with his mother and was “under the influence of drink”.A MAN attacked his neighbour with a snooker cue following a long-running feud between the pair, a court heard.” The defendant, who had no previous convictions, went into his flat and returned with a snooker cue which he swung at Mr Hadcroft shouting “come on, come on”.

Callum Armistead, 34, repeatedly smashed the wooden cue over his victim Anthony Hadcroft during an argument at the block of flats where they both lived.At Bolton Crown Court, Joshua Bowker, prosecuting, said the men both lived in flats in Nikita House on Manchester Road, Bolton.

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