Man admits ABH charge and common assault
A MAN has gone in front of a judge to admit a serious assault.
Steven Westmore, aged 20, pleaded guilty at Plymouth Crown Court to assaulting a man causing actual bodily harm between November 17 and 20 last year.
He also admitted common assault against a second man during the same dates.
Westmore, of Truro Drive, Whitleigh, denied an alternative charge of attempted assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
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He also pleaded not guilty to another common assault on the second victim.
David Bowen, for the Crown Prosecution Service, said the pleas were acceptable.
Judge Paul Darlow ordered a probation officer to prepare a report on his background.
He was released on bail until he is sentenced on September 21.