Prison threat for grieving brother
THE brother of a man found battered to death in a flat could be jailed after breaching his suspended sentence order.
Andrew Townley, aged 34, of Penarth Grove, Hanley, was handed the sentence for having an offensive weapon.
But Townley has breached the order by failing to comply with an 8pm to 6am curfew.
North Staffordshire Justice Centre heard Townley has suffered mental health problems since the death of his brother, Brian. A doctor's note saying Townley was unfit for work was handed to magistrates yesterday.
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But they told Townley to produce a proper medical certificate and adjourned the case until January 25.
Thomas Heames, of Hempstalls Court, Hempstalls Lane, Newcastle, and Richard Kelly, of Parkhead Drive, Weston Coyney, are to go on trial charged with Brian Townley's murder.