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Portsmouth man admits orgy of damage in Five hour Stand off with Police

portsmouth rooftop stand off man arrested after orgy of damage and five hour stand off with police

A man who held Police to ransom and threw roof tiles at groups of officers over the weekend has admitted the charges after appearing before court in Portsmouth this morning.
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Extensive damage was caused to vehicles and residents’ roofs in the road.

After a five-hour stand-off with Police he agreed to come down. He was helped down by Police and firefighters using a ladder and an aerial ladder platform.
McCreadie 26, has been bailed and is due to be sentenced later in the month.