Bloke threatened to ‘find policeman on the dark web’ and ‘torture his family’

A man who went on a six-hour rampage told a policeman that he would "find him on the dark web" and "torture his family".

Wayne Parker, from Salford, also aimed a kick at a constable and racially abused another, reported the Manchester Evening News.

The shocking attacks started when emergency services were called to Parker's home at 5am on January 31 last year after he had sustained a cut eye.

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Describing the scene in Bolton Crown Court, prosecution barrister John Richards said Parker was "struggling to stand", "drunk", and "aggressively shouting" as paramedics attended to him.

The 33-year-old yelled "If you come near me I’ll t*** you all" and told one ambulance worker to "f*** off you slag".

Parker's mum told police that he was under the influence of alcohol and cocaine and he was arrested for being drunk and disorderly, before being placed in a police van to be taken to hospital.

While in the back of a police van, Parker headbutted the cage and, upon arriving at the hospital, he continued to abuse officers, shouting threats such as: "I will get your mum raped" and "I will kill you all for being police".

Switching attention to a police officer named PC Yusuf, he repeatedly called her a "p**i" and "p**i face".

Hospital staff initially decided that Parker was being too violent to enter the hospital but he was eventually taken to triage, where his behaviour continued.

He kicked another officer, PC Barnes, in the leg while threatening that he would "find him on the dark web" and "torture his family".

The court heard that the abuse continued until around 11am in the morning.

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Parker, who has 14 convictions for 26 offences, pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer and racially aggravated harassment, on the basis that he had "post-concussional trauma" and suffers with ADHD.

Defending, Patrick Harris told the court that Parker is also diagnosed with anxiety and depression. "It is quite clear these are nasty and unpleasant offences," he added.

Under the terms of his suspended sentence, Parker will have to complete 120 hours of unpaid work and 30 rehabilitation activity requirement days.

He will also have to pay PC Yusuf £300 in compensation.

The judge, Recorder Simon Hilton sentenced Parker to three months' imprisonment, suspended for two years.

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