Boozy woman ordered to keep the peace
BOOZED up Rachel Allard has been ordered to keep the peace after a fracas at a friends house.Allard had been drinking heavily at friend June Chenery's home and slapped her across the face, said Gareth Davies, prosecuting at South East Suffolk Magistrates Court.
BOOZED up Rachel Allard has been ordered to keep the peace after a fracas at a friends house.
Allard had been drinking heavily at friend June Chenery's home and slapped her across the face, said Gareth Davies, prosecuting at South East Suffolk Magistrates Court.
Police attended and Allard, of Derby Close, Ipswich, was arrested.
The 24-year-old was originally charged with common assault.
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But the charge was dropped and instead Allard agreed to be bound over to keep the peace for a year, in particular to June Chenery to the sum of £100, which was agreed.
Naomi Turner, mitigating, said: "An altercation took place between the two and Allard was injured as well. Allard slapped Chenery across the face in relation to the other assault."
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Bench chairwoman Ann Walker said: "Obviously an altercation took place fuelled by alcohol."