Manchester news Covidiot broke lockdown on last day of isolation - to buy weed Manchester united news

MetiNews.Com - Clarence Chikosha, aged 21, was fined £200 and ordered to pay £119 court costs

Manchester news Covidiot broke lockdown on last day of isolation - to buy weed Manchester united news

MetiNews.Com - Clarence Chikosha, aged 21, was fined £200 and ordered to pay £119 court costs

Manchester news  Covidiot broke lockdown on last day of isolation - to buy weed Manchester united news
22 January 2021 - 19:16

Breaking News ! A man who tested positive for coronavirus was hauled before the courts after admitting to leaving his address on his last day of isolation - to buy some weed. Clarence Chikosha, aged 21, raised the suspicions of staff at the hostel he was staying at when they saw him leaving and getting into a car yesterday, January 21. After the police were called, Chikosha was issued with a standard Fixed Penalty Notice of £200, which is routinely handed to those who breach the covid lockdown. However, officers were summoned back as Chikosha was being aggressive and ‘frightening’ the other residents, Manchester Magistrates Court heard. He went on to tell the police he had been out to ‘buy food and weed’. He was arrested as officers deemed him an ‘immediate danger’ and were forced to deploy a taser. Appearing over videolink from Central Park police station wearing a face mask and flanked by two officers in full PPE, Chikosha pleaded guilty to failing to comply with self isolation requirements following a positive coronavirus test. Read More Related Articles Jail for thug who went to spit at police officers - before biting one of their legs Read More Related Articles Man raped woman in horrific attack as she walked to the supermarket...then said if she told anyone he would 'kill her then and there' He was handed a £200 fine and £119 court costs. Prosecutor Tess Kenyon told the court that officers attended the hostel in West Didsbury after staff raised concerns over Chikosha’s absence on Thursday, January 21. “Staff had contacted the police saying the defendant was tested for coronavirus which came back positive, but said he left the address reportedly to go and buy cannabis,” Miss Kenyon said. “CCTV footage showed him getting into a VW Golf and driving off to Wilmslow Road rather than when he should have been in routine isolation. “He was issued with a FPN, the officers left and then had to return at 7pm after a further call from staff saying he was being aggressive, shouting, swearing and banging on the doors of other residents and frightening other people who lived there. “The police attended and decided to arrest him as it wasn’t safe and said he presented as an immediate danger.

.” Chikosha was said to have one previous conviction for assault. When asked by the sentencing Judge what he had to say for himself, Chikosha explained he developed Covid symptoms on Monday last week. Read More Related Articles BREAKING: This is the mum-of-four who died in M60 crash - a nursing student and a 'truly God-fearing inspiration' Read More Related Articles The scene of utter devastation this morning on Manchester street as families continue to count the cost after sinkhole destroyed homes He said: “Basically when I got symptoms last week they said I need to stay in my room, I stayed in my room from when I got symptoms, so then Friday I rang NHS 111 and they said I need to self isolate for 10 days, so that’s like 25 days. “I completed it, the isolating. Yesterday was the last day of my isolating and I rang them and said I needed money for food and weed and I said I needed to go to the cash point and said that’s fine. “I said let me get money for food. “I rang my brother and he came and picked me up in his Audi and he took me to the cash point for two minutes. “The staff told me they said they rang the police and I said I’d only gone outside. “I went to my room, the police came and I said I went to buy weed. “I told them I need to eat and if I couldn’t, they’d have to get my food for me as they said I wasn’t allowed to go into the kitchen.” Chikosha admitted that he didn’t know how much the FPN was, and stated that he was on benefits. Sentencing him, District Judge Bernard Begley said: “I understand how long you have been in custody. “It is my understanding that FPN is set at £200 for these types of offences. “Should you be in trouble like this situation again, it’s likely to be extremely serious, even more so than today."

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