A man has been told “custody is inevitable” after pleading guilty to false imprisonment, affray and theft.
David Bush, 29, of Dakeyne Street, Snienton, admitted the false imprisonment of a woman on August 18.
He also pleaded guilty to committing offences of affray and theft on August 22.
Judge John Burgess, who heard the pleas put to Bush, said the offences were committed in a domestic violence context.
No further details were given about the background to the cases during the short hearing.
The matters were adjourned until March 13 for sentencing at Nottingham Crown Court.
Judge Burgess said the case clearly crossed the custodial threshold and custody was inevitable.
Bush will now remain in custody to await sentencing.
Original post by ‘Nottingham Post’