A VANDAL who damaged a Land Rover and attacked another person has been handed a curfew ahead of his sentencing.

Daniel Fewtrell, of The Homend, Ledbury, entered guilty pleas to one count of assault by beating and one count of criminal damage to property valued under £5,000 when he appeared before magistrates in Coventry in December.

The court heard from prosecutor Gez Newsome that the 50-year-old had assaulted another person by beating in an incident in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, in an incident on November 18.


He had also intentionally or recklessly and without lawful excuse damaged a black Land Rover Defender and plant pots belonging to a second person in Leamington Spa on November 19.

The case was adjourned for a pre-sentencing report to be carried out by the probation service and Fewtrell was released on bail with conditions not to come within five miles of Leamington Spa or to contact the victims directly or indirectly.

He must also abide by an electronic tag-monitored curfew requiring him to remain at his home address between 12.30am and 5.30am.

Fewtrell will appear before magistrates in Coventry for sentencing on January 16.