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Slough woman banned from entering Co-op grocery store

PALAMIN JALLOW, 22, of Reddington Drive, Slough, convicted of assault causing actual bodily harm in Slough on December 31, 2021, assault by beating in Slough on October 28, 2021 and assault by tobacco. Sentenced to 14 weeks in prison for the seriousness of the offence. Must pay £903 in court costs.

February 23

AHILAN NALLATHAMBY, 51, of Woodland Avenue, Slough, admitted using a public electronic communications network to cause annoyance or anxiety to others in Slough on January 25, 2022. Sentenced to 14 weeks in prison suspended for 12 months. Ordered to participate in up to 20 days of rehabilitation activities. Must pay victim surcharge of £128 and court costs of £86.
KERRY-JANE TAYLOR, 44, of Monksfield Way, Slough, admitted to being assaulted in Slough on April 15, 2021 and found guilty of harassment in Slough on April 14, 2021. Community order made. Obligation to participate in a maximum of 30 days of rehabilitation activities. Banned from entering Co-op Food store on Long Furlong Drive, Slough until February 2024. Must pay £100 compensation and £295 legal costs.

February 25

KATHLEEN CONNORS, 53, of Cumbrae Close, Slough, admitted being drunk and disorderly in a public place, namely Vincent Road, and causing aggravated racial and religious harassment of a police officer on December 25, 2020. Community order issued. Obligation to participate in a maximum of 100 hours of unpaid work. Must pay £50 compensation.

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