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17-month prison sentence for Titus Paul who sparked police hunt in Little Hadham

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A man who was the target of a 90-minute police hunt in Little Hadham has been jailed for 17 months.

Titus Paul, 39, was arrested on the afternoon of Sunday April 26 after Hertfordshire Constabulary received reports of a man making threats with a knife.

Armed officers, a dog unit and a police helicopter were sent to the scene.

During the incident, Paul made threats. When arrested, he made homophobic remarks to a special constable.

Paul, whose address was given in court as The Ford, Little Hadham, appeared for sentence at St Albans Crown Court on Thursday (May 28) having pleaded guilty to a charge of affray and a homophobically aggravated public order offence.

Judge Nigel Lithman QC sentenced him to a 17-month prison sentence.

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