Cricklewood nursing home resident, 67, charged with threatening doctor at Barnet Hospital and criminal damage
PUBLISHED: 18:07 04 January 2016 | UPDATED: 18:48 04 January 2016
A 67-year-old nursing home resident from Cricklewood is due to appear in court tomorrow charged with threatening a doctor and damaging a computer at Barnet Hospital.
Paul Whittaker, a resident at Candle Court Nursing Home in Bentley Drive will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court tomorrow charged with threatening a doctor at Barnet General Hospital before damaging an NHS computer to the value of £250 on July 26, 2014.
Mr Whittaker pleaded guilty to a separate charge of assaulting a woman in a cell at Colindale custody unit on December 20 last year.
He has also pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage to a police cell in Colindale which left it requiring a specialist clean for bodily fluids and damaging a pair of trousers belonging to Metropolitan police, also on December 20 last year.
The hearing was adjourned from an earlier date of December 30.
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