Troubled man found with knife after being spotted driving on wrong side of road in Grimsby
POLICE twice found knives after searching a moped and a car driven by a troubled man, Grimsby Crown Court heard.
Lee Parker, 23, of Elsenham Road, Grimsby, admitted possessing a knife and cannabis on August 27, 2011, possessing a knife, driving while banned and having no insurance on June 26 last year.
Craig Lowe, prosecuting, said police collared Parker after spotting a moped on the wrong side of the road in Heneage Road, Grimsby.
A four-inch-bladed knife was found in the side of the moped and herbal cannabis was in an egg.
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In the second incident, Parker was driving a car in Weelsby Road, Grimsby. Police found an axe in the driver’s door pocket and a kitchen knife in the central console.
Simon Hirst, mitigating, said the offences were serious. Parker had suffered a very difficult life and had extreme problems.
Parker was given an 18-month supervision order and was banned from driving for six months.