A WOMAN has been told by a judge she will be sentenced in June after she admitted wounding a fellow Whitehaven nightclubber.
Chelcea Brough, 21, pleaded guilty to one offence when she appeared at Carlisle Crown Court this morning (TUES) remotely over a Skype link.
Brough admitted unlawfully and maliciously wounding Ashleigh Tynan on August 10 last year. Miss Brough is said to have been struck in the face with a bottle by Brough in Club 135, Tangier Street, sustaining a wound to the top of her nose.
Judge Nicholas Barker adjourned the case after a request was made by Robert Dudley, defending, for a pre-sentence report to be prepared by the probation service. “Your Honour, the defendant is 21 years of age, she is of good character and is employed by the NHS as a home care practitioner.”
Brough, of Asby Road, Asby, near Frizington, is due to be sentenced at the crown court on June 2, and was told that unconditional bail would continue.
“The fact I am adjourning the sentence and the fact I am adjourning for a pre-sentence report to be prepared shouldn’t be seen as an indication of as to what that sentence is going to be,” Judge Barker told her.
“I have not considered or addressed the question of sentence yet and will only do so when I am in possession of all of the information.”