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82-year-old Albert Feast in court for damaging Ukip signs

By Western Morning News  |  Posted: September 01, 2014

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82-year-old Albert Feast in court for damaging Ukip signs

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An 82-year-old man has appeared in court - charged with damaging Ukip signs.

Pensioner Albert Feast is accused of causing criminal damage twice in May at Highampton, Devon, to signs belonging to Ukip representative Paul Mills.

The pensioner, of Highampton, who walks with a stick, is also accused of harassment without violence between March and May this year to some neighbours and two further counts of causing criminal damage to their fence.

The case at Exeter Magistrates Court was adjourned.

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