Sutton bomb hoax woman avoids jail

Kingston Crown Court

Kingston Crown Court

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A woman has avoided jail for making a hoax call in which she claimed ambulance workers were under threat from a bomb.

Sutton woman Fiona Whiteley, 33, called the St John's Ambulance base in Richmond to make the false bomb threat on Sunday, January 13.

Whiteley, of Ambleside Gardens, admitted making the false call and was handed a nine month sentence suspended for one year at Kingston Crown Court today.

She will also have to do 40 hours of unpaid work.



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4:34pm Tue 6 Aug 13

AlexTB says...

She should have been jailed.
She should have been jailed. AlexTB
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7:57pm Tue 6 Aug 13

Mr Flange of Wallington says...

It's St. John, not John's!
It's St. John, not John's! Mr Flange of Wallington
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4:14pm Wed 7 Aug 13

emelem says...

attention seeker will strike again~
attention seeker will strike again~ emelem
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