Monday, 24 September 2018

Man convicted of assault attacks again

A MAN found guilty of attacking a guest at a wedding was on licence at the time after being convicted of attacking four young people in Henley.

Christopher Thomas Lennon, 28, of Fontwell Close, Maidenhead, was convicted at Reading Crown Court of assault causing grievous bodily harm to a man at a wedding at the Fredricks Hotel in Maidenhead on December 7, where he was a guest of the groom.

Thames Valley Police said that he had been released from prison on licence after being found guilty of the offences in Henley in April 2011 when he attacked his victims with a glass bottle.

Lennon, who attacked the 28-year-old man in a toilet at the hotel, leaving him unconscious, was remanded in custody for sentencing on October 31.

Judge Ian Grainger warned him that he could expect a lengthy prison sentence.

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