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Alexander Corbett, of Clarendon Place, Dover, pleads guilty to assault on four police officers

By KentOnline reporter

A man accused of assaulting four police officers has been remanded in custody.

Alexander Corbett faces a string of charges following an incident in Dover on Thursday, November 2

The victims were three policemen and a policewoman.

The case was heard at Folkestone Magistrates Court

The case was heard at Folkestone Magistrates Court

He is also accused of, on that day, assaulting a civilian man and committing a public order offence.

Corbett is also charged with possessing an offensive weapon in the town in a public place, a baseball bat, on July 9 this year.

He is also charged with assaulting a man and stealing money, value unknown, from a shop in Dover on Sunday, October 8.

Corbett, 39, pleaded guilty to assaulting all four constables and the public order offence.
The latter charge is specifically using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour to a female.

He pleaded not guilty to assault on both civilian men and not guilty to the theft from the shop.

The plea for the offensive weapon charge is not so far specified in the court listing.

Corbett, of Clarendon Place, Dover, was remanded in custody when he appeared before Folkestone magistrates on Wednesday.

The case was adjourned and he will appear before Canterbury magistrates on Monday, December 4.

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