Road rage offender in court
A DISABLED woman was left shaken and upset after Damion Hearn drove his car at her near the Tesco car park in March. He thought she had cut him up earlier, and launched a verbal attack on Christine Williamson before getting into his car and reversing to
A DISABLED woman was left shaken and upset after Damion Hearn drove his car at her near the Tesco car park in March.
He thought she had "cut him up" earlier, and launched a verbal attack on Christine Williamson before getting into his car and reversing towards her.
Hearn, 30, of St Peter's Road, March, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour on July 1, and Fenland magistrates ordered a report and adjourned the case until August 15.
Hearn told police he had been upset after a confrontation with a supermarket security guard at Tesco, when he was asked to leave.
He saw a driver he believed had cut him up, so he got out of the car and went to confront her.
Hearn said Mrs Williamson was "the wrong person and the wrong place at the wrong time".
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He admitted breaching his drug treatment and testing order by missing two appointments and was fined £50.