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appeared at Aberystwyth Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday (Aug 17) to face an offence of affray, which occurred on July 9 at Felinfach. A further two offences -


possession of a knife blade in a public place on July 9 at Felinfach and interfering with a Dodge Calibre vehicle without lawful authority at Llwyncelyn on July 9 – were discontinued. Stacey Ann Marie Knight, 21,


of Cross Inn, pleaded guilty to the affray offence. Prosecutor Stephen Davies told


the court that the offence occurred in a domestic context. On the day in question, police received a phone call from Felinfach regarding the defendant, who had a couple of knives in her hand while making threats.


Police learned that earlier in the


day, the complainant, a male friend of the defendant, went shopping with Knight at Aldi and when they finished, Knight said she would take the bus home. At 7.30pm, the male received a Facebook message from the defendant telling him that she was stuck in New Quay and needed a lift home.


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SENTENCE ADJOURNED FOR KNIFE THREATS AM AND MP ENTER FRAY OVER FUTURE OF HOUSING ASSOCIATION A BETHANIA offender


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