Street man in court after alleged assault
A Street man accused of assaulting his mother has had the case against him adjourned after magistrates heard he had been admitted to an acute mental health hospital.
Stuart James Brown, aged 27, of West End, appeared before South Somerset and Mendip Magistrates sitting as a special domestic violence court.
He was charged with assaulting Susan brown by beating and stealing a bunch of keys belonging to her at Street on November 21 last year.
He was also alleged to have damaged a police and criminal evidence act book belonging to Avon and Somerset Police after being arrested.
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Defending solicitor Gareth Webb said that following a period of being sectioned in hospital Brown was now a voluntary patient.
The magistrates agreed to a request to adjourn the case until March 5 for a letter to be obtained from the defendant's psychiatrist.
Until then he was released on bail with conditions that he must not contact Susan Brown and must not go to Stonehill in Street.