Penryn man admits threatening behaviour

A Penryn man has pleaded guilty to using threatening behaviour in his home town on February 27.

Michael Shaun Barringer, aged 32, of Glen Road, Penryn, told Truro magistrates he could not remember much about the incident until waking up in a cell. He apologised for his behaviour.

Alison May, for the CPS, said he had been shouting and violently abusive in the street and was obviously drunk.

Barringer, who had previous convictions, and also admitted breaching a conditional discharge, was told to do 180 hours of unpaid work.


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