Three plead guilty at crown court over Bridewell riot
Three men have pleaded guilty to rioting in Bristol city centre on Sunday, 21 March.
Appearing at Bristol Crown Court on Tuesday, 22 June they admitted being part of a group which used or threatened violence outside Bridewell Police Station and together, caused others to fear for their personal safety.
In addition, a woman also pleaded guilty to two counts of outraging public decency during the same incident.
• Kane Adamson, 21, of Lockleaze pleaded guilty to riot.
• Brandon Lloyd, 21, from Henbury pleaded guilty to riot. He also admitted possessing Class B drugs (cannabis) at an earlier hearing at Bristol Magistrates’ Court (28 May) and was fined £150.
• Stuart Quinn, 46, from St Paul’s pleaded guilty to riot.
Yasmin Schneider, 25, from St Paul’s, pleaded guilty to two counts of outraging public decency.
All four will be sentenced on 30 July at the same court by Judge James Patrick who told them they are likely to be given custodial sentences.
Thirteen other people have also been charged in connection with the incident and will appear in court in due course. To date, 65 people have been arrested – this includes 21 people charged with offences.