Jail warning after Haverfordwest men admit wounding with intent
2:13pm Friday 20th June 2014 in News
Two Haverfordwest men were warned today (Friday) to expect jail sentences after they admitted wounding with intent.
Scott Howard, aged 26, and Oliver Lovell, 22, appeared at Swansea crown court for a plea and case management hearing.
They both admitted wounding Scott Hill with intent on June 8.
The court heard that the attack on Mr Hill had been caught “entirely” by CCTV cameras.
Kate Williams, the barrister representing Howard, said he understood that a custodial sentence would follow.
Judge Keith Thomas said immediate prison sentences were “far the most likely” outcome of the case.
Howard, of The Cottage, Market Street, and Lovell, of Gerald Road, were granted bail until a sentencing hearing on July 11.