Man jailed after disorder in Little Wakering

A man has ben jailed for making multiple threats, drink driving and being in charge of a dog dangerously out of control in Little Wakering.

Martin Lambillion, 47, admitted 11 offences when he appeared before magistrates on Wednesday May 11, just days after he was arrested and charged.

Police were called to Little Wakering Road, Little Wakering, at around 5.50pm on Monday April 29 after reports that Lambillion’s dog had attacked another dog, causing its owner significant fear and distress.

Following this incident, Lambillion pushed the fellow dog owner, making threats to stab and burn him.

He then drove away fbefore police arrived.

After making enquiries, officers attended his home address in Kimberley Road, Little Wakering.

They were immediately met with hostility and threats, with Lambillion threatening to stab and kill officers should they try and enter his home.

He refused to exit his address and continued to make threats, including directing racist language towards officers.

Officrs forced thir way inside and Lambillion was taken into custody.

An amount of suspected Class A drugs was also found at the property.

While en-route to custody, Lambillion continued to threaten officers and make racist comments.

Further enquiries revealed the defendant had been drinking in a local pub earlier that day, before driving his vehicle home while intoxicated.

Lambillion was later charged with and admitted:

  • Two racially aggravated public order offences.
  • Four counts of using threatening or abusive words or behaviour.
  • Being charge of a dog dangerously out of control.
  • Assault of an emergency worker.
  • Assault by beating.
  • Possession of a controlled drug of Class A.
  • Drink driving.

At Southend Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday May 1, he was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment – the maximum sentence magistrates could legally impose. A four-month suspended sentence order he was already subject to was also activated.

He was further banned from driving for 23 months.

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