Woman handed ban after admitting to three assaults at Asda in Broadheath

The Asda store in Broadheath
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A 44-year-old woman who assaulted three women at Asda in Broadheath has been banned from all branches of the supermarket for a year.

Jacqueline Warner, of Riddings Lane in Hartford near Northwich, was involved in an incident at the George Richards Way store at around 8pm on Thursday evening.

Police attended and arrested the woman and charged her with the assaults.

At least one of those assaulted is understood to have been a member of staff at Asda.

Warner admitted to the charge at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on Friday.

She was given a community order including a ban from all Asda stores for a period of 12 months.

She must also pay £75 compensation to each of the victims and costs amounting to £180.

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