Monday, 23 October 2017

Attacker is tagged

THE son of a baron has been ordered to wear an electronic tag for two months after being convicted of

THE son of a baron has been ordered to wear an electronic tag for two months after being convicted of assaulting a police officer.

Charles Gibson was found guilty of a “sustained and drunken” attack on Pc Aaron Walker while resisting arrest at his family home in Lewknor on June 8.

Gibson, 45, who is the son of Edward Barry Greynville Gibson, fourth baron Ashbourne, argued that it was dark and did not know the man he had been speaking to was a policeman.

A district judge at Oxford Magistrates’ Court also handed him a curfew as well as disqualifying him from driving for 12 months after he admitted drink driving and fined him a total of £2,350.

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