24-year-old man pleads guilty to offences committed during Bristol riot

Firefighters at the Kill the Bill riots in March. Firefighters at the Kill the Bill riots in March.
Firefighters at the Kill the Bill riots in March. | Avon Fire and Rescue
He appeared in court today

A Bristol man has pleaded guilty to two offences committed during the ‘Kill the Bill’ riot in March 2021.

Henry Olohan, of Montpelier, appeared at Bristol Crown Court today (Wednesday, March 29).

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He admitted charges of affray and criminal damage on what would have been the first day of his trial.

Firefighters came under attack at the Kill the Bill riots in MarchFirefighters came under attack at the Kill the Bill riots in March
Firefighters came under attack at the Kill the Bill riots in March | Avon Fire and Rescue

The 24-year-old has been released on conditional bail to attend the same court on July 28 when he will be sentenced.

So far, a total of 18 people have been jailed for offences committed during the riot, receiving a combined prison sentence of 71 years and three months.

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