Prison for man who threatened Rugby town ranger with knife before racially abusing police officer

Kevin Oldham.
Kevin Oldham.

A man has been jailed after threatening a Rugby town ranger with a knife.

On October 30 last year, Kevin Oldham threatened a Rugby town ranger with a lock knife in Drury Lane.

The locking knife Oldham used to commit the offence.

The locking knife Oldham used to commit the offence.

And on the same day in Nuneaton he racially abused a police officer who was present for his arrest.

On Thursday March 14 at Warwick Crown Court Oldham was sentenced to six and a half months in prison for possession of a bladed article in a public place.

This was in addition to the month and a half sentence Oldham received for racially abusing a police officer.