Man caught with knife in Oswestry town centre handed suspended jail term

A man who admitted carrying a knife in a Shropshire town centre has been handed a suspended prison sentence.

Bailey Head in Oswestry. Photo: Google
Bailey Head in Oswestry. Photo: Google

Daniel Grier, aged 38, had a pocket knife with a three-inch blade in Bailey Head, Oswestry on Tuesday, January 3.

As well as pleading guilty at Kidderminster Magistrates Court to possession of a knife in a public place, Grier, who is from Shrewsbury but of no fixed abode, admitted driving without a licence and using a motor vehicle without insurance.

He was caught driving a Vauxhall Meriva in Bailey Head on the same occasion he was found in possession of the knife.

Magistrates handed Grier a six-month prison sentence, suspended for 12 months. He was disqualified from driving for 12 months and fined £120. His driving record was endorsed.

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