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Grantham court: Woman accused of harrassing company with unwanted phone calls

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The case against a woman accused of three counts of harrassment and criminal damage has been put back to February 18 by Grantham magistrates.

Lisa Marie Clarkson, 29, of Marratts Lane, Great Gonerby, is charged with criminal damage, valued under £5,000, to a black Renault Clio on September 19, 2013.

She is also accused of harrassment without violence against a company, Autocraft Drivechain, between October 6 and October 26 last year by making numerous unwanted calls to them and by attending the premises.

She is also accused of harrassment without violence against a man in Grantham between October 3 and October 27 last year and harrassment without violence against a woman in Grantham between October 4 and October 20 last year.

Miss Clarkson was given bail on condition she does not make contact with three named people, with employees of Autocraft Drivechain and does not visit the company.

 
 
 

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