Homeless man damaged windows of 4 businesses in Nottingham 'out of frustration'

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A homeless man was feeling low when he damaged the windows of businesses "out of frustration", a court heard.

Adam Marriott, 37, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to four charges of causing criminal damage in Nottingham on February 20 this year.

The offences happened at The Roebuck Inn; OZ Bar; Club Arriba, all in St James's Street, and Skipton Building Society, which is on the corner of St James's Street and Angel Row.

Nottingham Magistrates' Court heard a witness had been at work when he heard a loud bang and observed Marriott picking up a kerbstone and striking The Roebuck Inn window and walking off.

Marriott damaged further properties in the street.

Police received a call about his actions. Marriott was identified as causing the damage by an officer who had dealt with him the day before.

During police interview, he admitted throwing an item at The Roebuck Inn

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