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Arrest warrant issued over non-appearance

Oxford Mail: Joanne Moriarty Joanne Moriarty

AN ARREST warrant has been issued for a woman who admitted kicking someone in the head as they lay on the ground.

Joanne Moriarty, of Hart Street, Oxford, pleaded guilty at Oxford Crown Court to carrying out an assault which caused actual bodily harm on March 8, 2012.

Moriarty did not appear at the crown court yesterday and told her barrister she was too sick to attend.

Her sentencing was adjourned and a warrant has now been issued for her arrest.

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