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Tuesday, 03 March 2015

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Restraining order means man must stay away from his parents

A man has been given a restraining order from his own parents after winning an appeal.

Francis Tinning, 56, of Mossband House, Longtown, was in Carlisle Crown Court to deal with two assault convictions.

The victims were his 80-year-old father, also called Francis and his mother Margaret Alison Tinning, 80.

The convictions were decided earlier this year but were quashed by a crown court judge on Tuesday.

All three live at the same address, which has two entrances. His restraining order means he must keep away from the part of the dwelling his parents live in for three years.

Tinning was also given a £500 binding-over order.

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