HERE are some of the notable cases heard at Worcester Magistrates Court recently.

A DRUNKEN nuisance who spat at and tried to punch police was banned from The Hive and Lowesmoor in Worcester.

Carl Bainbridge has finally been slapped with a three year criminal behaviour order granted at Worcester Magistrates Court this week after police persistence paid off.

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A DRUG addict turned dealer punched a security guard in the face and smashed his designer glasses during a drunken rampage at a Worcester hotel.

Elaine Pritchard also smashed four panes of glass and four plant pots after she lost her temper during the ugly episode at the Fownes Hotel in the city's Clare Street.

The hotel has been homeless people.

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A SICK pensioner who became ‘stressed’ during lockdown was caught weaving all over the road near Worcester after driving home after a fishing trip. Graham Jackson, of Park Heath, Hallow, told a court he panicked after finding blood in his urine, deciding to drive home rather than get a lift.

The 71-year-old could not provide a breath sample at the roadside or at the station because of a lung condition but when police took a blood sample he was more than twice the limit.

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And a court heard a drunk man shoved his 'terrified' partner down a fire escape and tried to strangle her, shouting 'die bitch, die!' as he squeezed her neck.

Jack Hopcutt carried out the attack on Olivia Gilbert who said she was 'bruised all over my body and everything hurt' after the assault outside a flat above the Talbot pub in Kempsey, the pub landlord intervening to try to drag the defendant off her.

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