Policeman punches and arrests Yob who threw egg at parade

the_boy_syrup

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#1
Well done PC Buck and Hastings police at last some one with the balls to get the job done and good support from his force

A yob who pelted a remembrance day parade with eggs was given a prison sentence - but released the following day.
Aaron Coombs, 18 of Stonefield Road, was sent down for 21 days after pleading guilty to resisting arrest and a public order offence.
However, because of the time spent on remand at Lewes Prison, Coombs has already been released.

At just before 11am on November 11, PC Darren Buck, who was taking part in the procession with Hastings Police Cadets, was hit by part of an egg which had landed on a nearby car. ....

PC Buck returned to the street to see Coombs shouting abuse at a police community support officer but his attention soon turned to PC Buck
With Coombs struggling violently the officer punched him in the face before arresting him

Outside the court, Coombs' mum Bridget Coombs, claimed her son was 'being driven out of town' by the police and had been a victim of police brutality.

Kay Bartlett, spokesman for Hastings Police, said PC Buck had used 'proportionate' force during the arrest, adding: "Being an ex-services the parade meant a lot to PC Buck, as it does to all of us, and we are happy his actions have brought Coombs to justice."

The Gene Hunt award for proper policing goes to...
 
#2
The successful application of minimum force. Good on the man.

RBL, pints at the bar required.....
 

oldbaldy

LE
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#3
the_boy_syrup said:
Well done PC Buck and Hastings police at last some one with the balls to get the job done and good support from his force

A yob who pelted a remembrance day parade with eggs was given a prison sentence - but released the following day.
Aaron Coombs, 18 of Stonefield Road, was sent down for 21 days after pleading guilty to resisting arrest and a public order offence.
However, because of the time spent on remand at Lewes Prison, Coombs has already been released.

At just before 11am on November 11, PC Darren Buck, who was taking part in the procession with Hastings Police Cadets, was hit by part of an egg which had landed on a nearby car. ....

PC Buck returned to the street to see Coombs shouting abuse at a police community support officer but his attention soon turned to PC Buck
With Coombs struggling violently the officer punched him in the face before arresting him

Outside the court, Coombs' mum Bridget Coombs, claimed her son was 'being driven out of town' by the police and had been a victim of police brutality.

Kay Bartlett, spokesman for Hastings Police, said PC Buck had used 'proportionate' force during the arrest, adding: "Being an ex-services the parade meant a lot to PC Buck, as it does to all of us, and we are happy his actions have brought Coombs to justice."

The Gene Hunt award for proer policing goes to...
She lucky it was only the police being brutal.
 
#4
the_boy_syrup said:
Well done PC Buck and Hastings police at last some one with the balls to get the job done and good support from his force

A yob who pelted a remembrance day parade with eggs was given a prison sentence - but released the following day.
Aaron Coombs, 18 of Stonefield Road, was sent down for 21 days after pleading guilty to resisting arrest and a public order offence.
However, because of the time spent on remand at Lewes Prison, Coombs has already been released.

At just before 11am on November 11, PC Darren Buck, who was taking part in the procession with Hastings Police Cadets, was hit by part of an egg which had landed on a nearby car. ....

PC Buck returned to the street to see Coombs shouting abuse at a police community support officer but his attention soon turned to PC Buck
With Coombs struggling violently the officer punched him in the face before arresting him

Outside the court, Coombs' mum Bridget Coombs, claimed her son was 'being driven out of town' by the police and had been a victim of police brutality.

Kay Bartlett, spokesman for Hastings Police, said PC Buck had used 'proportionate' force during the arrest, adding: "Being an ex-services the parade meant a lot to PC Buck, as it does to all of us, and we are happy his actions have brought Coombs to justice."

The Gene Hunt award for proer policing goes to...

Well done Pc Buck for slamming him one he deserved it ,And his mother should be ashamed for sticking up for him

The yob who pelted a remembrance day parade with eggs was given a prison sentence and i hope all the lads in the prison gave him a sorting out also
 
#6
Old school :D
 
#8
Outside the court, Coombs' mum Bridget Coombs, claimed her son was 'being driven out of town' by the police and had been a victim of police brutality.
My dear lady, your son is being driven out of town because he is cnut of the highest order, and not fit to breath the same oxygen as the majority of residents in your town.

You should be thanking the PC for only hitting him once, and perhaps this scene preventing many others smashing several bells out of him.

I would suggest you go home and have strong words with the retarded spawn you call a "son" about what Rememberence Day is, why we march and who marches. I am sure PC Buck or the local RBL would be pleased to be given the chance to debrief your cretinous waste of skin (aka "Son").
 
#9
ANNOUNCEMENT: The missing person alert for Common Sense has been withdrawn after he was spotted in Hastings!

the_boy_syrup said:
Well done PC Buck and Hastings police at last some one with the balls to get the job done and good support from his force.
:worship: :judge: :clap:
 
#10
Is it only me who can't get the link to work?
 
#11
Of course it would be quite difficult to do anything other than support the PC in question, he is simply following the political lead or, er precedent...
 
#13
Hats off and thrice hurrah for common sense (whole episode could only be better with a longer period of detention methinks)
 
#15
Nope, it wont play for me either... Ill try it on firefox
 
#17
Jesus, He looks totally retarded. I can only hope he looks like his missing father. If not, then his junkie, drug ridden, fag hag of a mother is a right munter and must have hit every branch on the ugly tree.

Good drills from the PC though.
 
#18
the_boy_syrup said:
Well done PC Buck and Hastings police at last some one with the balls to get the job done and good support from his force

A yob who pelted a remembrance day parade with eggs was given a prison sentence - but released the following day.
Aaron Coombs, 18 of Stonefield Road, was sent down for 21 days after pleading guilty to resisting arrest and a public order offence.
However, because of the time spent on remand at Lewes Prison, Coombs has already been released.

At just before 11am on November 11, PC Darren Buck, who was taking part in the procession with Hastings Police Cadets, was hit by part of an egg which had landed on a nearby car. ....

PC Buck returned to the street to see Coombs shouting abuse at a police community support officer but his attention soon turned to PC Buck
With Coombs struggling violently the officer punched him in the face before arresting him

Outside the court, Coombs' mum Bridget Coombs, claimed her son was 'being driven out of town' by the police and had been a victim of police brutality.

Kay Bartlett, spokesman for Hastings Police, said PC Buck had used 'proportionate' force during the arrest, adding: "Being an ex-services the parade meant a lot to PC Buck, as it does to all of us, and we are happy his actions have brought Coombs to justice."

The Gene Hunt award for proper policing goes to...
:x

She needs a beating.
 
#19
Good Drills, that Copper! :D

Am I the only one who thinks we've just found Ian Blair's succesor... :twisted:

Well, we can dream! 8) 8)
 

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