A Moorlands man has been jailed after racially abusing a shop keeper in his home town. Steven Bradshaw, aged 43 of High Street, Cheadle, has been sentenced to ten months in jail after verbally and physically abusing a shop assistant last Summer.
A Moorlands man has been jailed after racially abusing a shop keeper in his home town.
Steven Bradshaw, aged 43 of High Street, Cheadle, has been sentenced to ten months in jail after verbally and physically abusing a shop assistant last Summer.
A spokesman for Staffordshire Police said: “A man’s been jailed for racially abusing a shop assistant on High Street, Cheadle.
“43-year-old Steven Bradshaw of High Street, Cheadle – who’s already serving time in prison for other offences including aggravated vehicle taking – was sentenced to a further ten months behind bars and told to pay £200 in compensation to his victim after the verbal and physical assault shortly after 6pm on May 22, 2020.”
Deputy Commander at Staffordshire Moorlands NPT, Sergeant Rob Peacock, said: “These types of incidents are rare in Cheadle but we hope Bradshaw’s sentencing helps reassure local businesses that we do take things like this incredibly seriously.”
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