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Kesgrave man could face prison

PUBLISHED: 22:28 15 December 2001 | UPDATED: 11:02 03 March 2010

A KESGRAVE man who punched his sister's boyfriend has been warned he could face prison.

Thomas Donohoe, of Adams Place, pleaded guilty to a charge of assault causing grievous bodily harm at a hearing at magistrates' court in Ipswich.

A KESGRAVE man who punched his sister's boyfriend has been warned he could face prison.

Thomas Donohoe, of Adams Place, pleaded guilty to a charge of assault causing grievous bodily harm at a hearing at magistrates' court in Ipswich.

The court heard the 21-year-old punched Darren Warburton in an attack in Felixstowe on December 13.

Warburton ended up in hospital with a broken jaw and dislocated eye socket as a result of the incident.

Ian Pells, prosecuting, described the assault as an "unlucky punch".

Magistrates adjourned sentencing for the preparation of pre-sentence reports, leaving all options open.

Donohoe was released on bail to return to court on January 11.


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