Man admits firearms offence at village near Boston

Man admits firearms offence
Man admits firearms offence

A man arrested following an incident in the Lincolnshire village of New York admitted a firearms charge when he appeared before Lincoln Crown Court.

Robert Farrington ,65, who lived in New York, pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence as a result of the incident on 9 September.

Farrington , who is currently living at an address in Temple Hirst, Selby, was granted bail on condition that he does not enter Lincolnshire except by prior appointment.

Recorder Simon King adjourned for the preparation of a probation report and Farrington will be sentenced on 7 November.