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An 18-year-old man from Poole has been convicted and sentenced to 18 weeks in a young offenders institute after pleading guilty to assault and public order offences.
Alfie Logan Roper, aged 18, of no fixed abode pleaded guilty to two counts of assault and one count of public order at Southampton Magistrates Court on Tuesday 25 October.
The court heard how Roper had assaulted a man and woman on Station Road in New Milton just after 10.30pm on Friday 21 October.
They suffered minor injuries were taken to hospital as a precaution.
Officers carried out enquiries in the local area and located Alfie Roper and detained him for the offences. He later pleaded guilty to the offences at a court hearing at Southampton Magistrates Court.
Appearing at Bournemouth Crown Court yesterday (18 Nov) he was sentenced to 18 weeks in a young offenders institute.
He was also given instruction to comply with a restraining order ensuring that he cannot contact one of the victims, whilst also being ordered to pay a £154 victim surcharge fee.
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