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Suspended sentence for King's Lynn man's second knife possession offence

A Lynn man has avoided an immediate prison term for his second offence of having a knife in a public place.

It was successfully argued that Leon Paul Dowd, 38, was making good progress under supervision from probation officers after a previous unrelated spell in custody.

And town magistrates accepted that the butter knife with a 3in blade was at the lower end of being dangerous.

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