An Aylesbury woman is due to be sentenced after she took a knife to a Bucks pub.

Stacia Wrenn, aged 21, brought a kitchen knife to The Cotton Wheel pub in Jackson Road on May 18.

Wrenn, of Albany Place in Aylesbury, pleaded guilty to possession of a bladed article when she appeared at Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on November 1.

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The court heard how she was carrying a kitchen knife in the pub without a reasonable excuse.

The magistrates also heard how on the same day Wrenn assaulted a man and used threatening or abusive language. She pleaded guilty to both of these additional charges.

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After admitting the charges, Wrenn is due to be committed to Aylesbury Crown Court for sentencing on a date which is yet to be confirmed.

She has been released on conditional bail until then.

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