Winchester man admits sending menacing text message

Winchester man admits sending menacing text message

Winchester man admits sending menacing text message

First published in Winchester

A WINCHESTER man who sent a menacing text message has been ordered to do community service.
Dean Bridger, 44, of Queens Mead, Stanmore, admitted sending a message of Louise Bridger with a noose around her neck on September 29.
Magistrates in Basingstoke last Friday (Nov2) ordered him to undertake 120 hours unpaid work and pay prosecution costs of £85.

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