Liverpool news Dad assaulted boy, 12, who threw eggs at his car PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Vincent Peters said one of the eggs hit his young child before the assault last year

Liverpool news Dad assaulted boy, 12, who threw eggs at his car PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Vincent Peters said one of the eggs hit his young child before the assault last year

Liverpool news Dad assaulted boy, 12, who threw eggs at his car PremierLeague-News.Com
03 August 2022 - 04:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A dad assaulted a 12 year old after he threw eggs through the open window of his car on East Prescot Road. Vincent Peters said he launched the “out of character” assault in Old Swan last year after his unwell young child was hit by one of the eggs. But the boy, who was pulled to the floor by Peters before being punched, said the ensuing incident left him bruised, terrified and in fear of being kidnapped. Tanya Berridge-Burley, prosecuting, said the victim, who cannot be named because of his age, was one of a group of kids throwing eggs on East Prescot Road on August 1, 2021. READ MORE: Suspect named after £70,000 container stolen from Port of Liverpool She told Liverpool Magistrates' Court the boy then threw eggs at Peters’ blue Skoda as it came down the road close to the junction with Leinster Road. Peters then got out of the car and started shouting at the group of kids and ran after the boy. Ms Berridge-Burley said: “The defendant has then stopped the victim by grabbing him and pulling him to the floor and then assaulted him by punching him.” She said Peters then walked the boy around the corner onto Broadgreen Road and hit him again before the 12 year old ran off. Peters was apprehended after the boys’ friends took pictures of Peters’ car, meaning he could be identified. The court heard the boy had a lump and bruises after the assault and told police he felt scared and that he thought he might be kidnapped.

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. Christopher Bivon, defending, said Peters was now appalled by the way he acted and said “the red mist descended” due to concerns about the health of his child. Mr Bivon said the child had been in and out of hospital for days due to seizures believed to have been caused by high temperatures. As a result, Peters had left the window of his car down and said he then saw one of the eggs hit his child, making him fear another seizure could be triggered. Mr Bivon said: “I think the backdrop of what happened in hospital, in addition to the fear of a further seizure, meant the red mist has descended and he has done what he has done. He is disgusted at what he did. He clearly is remorseful and he clearly accepts that that behaviour is never acceptable.” He said Peters had multiple jobs in order to provide for his family and appealed to magistrates not to send him to prison. Peters, of Verona Street, was handed an 18 month community order and told to complete 200 hours of unpaid work and 20 rehabilitation days. He must also pay £100 compensation to the boy as well as prosecution costs and a victim surcharge. READ NEXT: Suspect named after £70,000 container stolen from Port of Liverpool Man quit his job after being robbed by knife thug twice in a week Man 'giggled' after plunging steak knife into neighbour's stomach Mums blame cost of living crisis for stealing £2,250 worth of toiletries from Boots Pervert groped child as she chose packet of crisps in shop

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