Teenager in threat to 'smash in' face of women victim
A TEENAGER could be locked up after a court heard that he threatened to "smash in" a woman's face and car.
Liam Jackson, 18, sent his victim voice messages that left her in fear.
Sherall Pickford, prosecuting, told magistrates Jackson had damaged the woman's car on a previous occasion.
He called her on October 18 and threatened: "Ring me or I'll do worse than last time, other things as well."
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His next two messages indicated he would smash in her face and her car.
When police told Jackson, of Highfield Road, Ashbourne, he would be arrested he replied: "You're not arresting me – I've got a family meal at seven."
Ms Pickford added: "It was explained that this was not an option."
Jackson sat on a bench and pulled away from an officer's grip. Two other officers helped to restrain him and they all ended up on the ground during a struggle.
Jackson admitted using threatening behaviour and resisting police. At the hearing at Chesterfield, sentence was adjourned until November 28 for reports.