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Woman admits three-month grafitti spree around Chester

Published date: 12 February 2014 |
Published by: Staff reporter
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A WOMAN has admitted causing thousands of pounds worth of damage after she daubed graffiti across Chester city centre.

Jami Kaysen, 33, from Brockhurst Avenue, Bromborough, pleaded guilty at West Cheshire Magistrates Court to four counts of criminal damage.

She asked for a further 33 offences to be taken into consideration after she scrawled the word ‘Jaka’, her nickname, in ink on walls, lamp posts and pillars across Chester over a three-month period.

The graffiti appeared on the Chester Rows, and at several locations along Liverpool Road.

The case was adjourned until March 4 so a pre-sentence report could be prepared.

Kaysen was granted conditional bail.

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