Drunk and disorderly Devon man who assaulted two people in Falmouth sentenced

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A DEVON man who assaulted two people and was drunk and disorderly in Falmouth has been convicted by magistrates in Cornwall.

Rocklan Kavan Dodd, 34, of Raleigh Close in Torquay, Devon, appeared before magistrates at Newton Abbot Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday November 23, for one count of drunkenness and disorder in a public place, and two counts of aggression by beating.

The offenses took place in Falmouth on September 21, 2022, where Dodd, while outside the Finn Mcouls pub, was found drunk and disorderly in a public place.

On the same day, Dodd assaulted a man and a woman by beating them.

Dodd pleaded guilty to all three offences.

At the time of his conviction, he was made the subject of a community order under which he must participate in rehabilitation activity for a maximum period of ten days as well as attend all appointments prescribed by an officer in charge. .

Dodd must also work 180 unpaid hours over the next 12 months, as well as pay an additional £114 to fund Victims Services and pay an £85 fee to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Dodd must also pay each of the victims £150 in compensation.

The court noted how Dodd’s guilty pleas were taken into account when imposing the sentence.

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