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1430Aggravated Wounding (police radio code)
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Birch, of Birmingham, denies racially aggravated wounding.
Philip Kenny was jailed for six years after he was convicted of racially aggravated wounding with intent following the incident at Fountains in Llandudno.
Police dog bites traveller so the handler is charged with a racially aggravated wounding? This is political correctness gone mad and the police and CPS should not be pandering to this current trend in my opinion.
Police dog bites traveller so the handler is charged with a racially aggravated wounding? This is political correctness gone mad and, in my opinion, the police and CPS should not be pandering to this current trend.
He has previously been locked up for racially aggravated wounding, robbery and theft, and twice been banned from the road.
Planells, 31, was handed a two-year suspended jail sentence after admitting a charge of aggravated wounding.
Planells, 31, was handed a two-year suspended jail sentence after admitting a charge of aggravated wounding in September 2013 at a court in Ibiza Town on Monday, reports the Daily Record .
Harris, of Pritchard Terrace, Fleur T de Lys, was convicted of racially aggravated wounding at Cardiff Crown Court and jailed in January.
Hussain, of Frederick Street, North Ormesby, admitted racially aggravated wounding and possession of the knife.
Smith and McCabe were remanded in custody on suspicion of aggravated wounding after going before an investigating magistrate.
Ali, who has been living at a bail hostel in Hull, admitted charges of religiously aggravated wounding and damaging property.
Mathew Williams, of Wian Street, Holyhead, 17 at the time of the attack last January, admitted racially aggravated wounding of Lucasz Pasik, 24.