Seaton man in court for criminal damage in town

PUBLISHED: 13:42 11 March 2010 | UPDATED: 01:02 16 June 2010

A SEATON chef who caused hundreds of pounds of damage after smashing windows in the town while drunk has had his court case adjourned.

A SEATON chef who caused hundreds of pounds of damage after smashing windows in the town while drunk has had his court case adjourned.

Christopher Thomas O'Neill, 37, has pleaded guilty to two charges of criminal damage against his ex partner's property and League of Friend's charity shop in Seaton last month.

O'Neill, of Fore Street, also admitted possessing 3.3grams of cannabis. He is due to return to Central Devon Magistrates' court on March 31.


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