Lowestoft Woman Jailed for Robbery and Assault on Police

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A 28-year-old woman from Lowestoft has been jailed for over two and a half years in connection with a number of offences.

An armed robbery at a convenience shop in London Road South in the Suffolk town and assaults on emergency workers and security staff, were among the offences charged.

Victoria Nash, of no fixed address, appeared before Ipswich Crown Court on Monday 6th July, where she was sentenced to 31 months’ imprisonment.  

Meanwhile, Nash had previously pleaded guilty to four offences that occurred on Friday 22nd May. 

In addition to these offences, Nash was also sentenced in connection with four other incidents, including assaulting a police officer and against security staff at the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston on Monday 2nd March

​When Nash appeared at Ipswich Crown Court, she was sentenced to 31 months’ imprisonment.  

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