30 stone motorist who caused jogger's death after jumping red light begs to be spared prison 'I'm too fat to go to jail': LINDA Anne Jenns, who mowed down Paul Stinton after jumping a red light, begged to be spared jail after being found guilty.
21:05, 15 JUN 2015Crash scene in Kent where Linda Jenns ran into Paul Stinton Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for coach bag outlet usa subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A 30 STONE motorist who caused the death of a jogger claims she is too fat to be sent to jail. Unemployed Linda Ann Jenns mowed down 45 year old Paul Stinton in her white Ford Kuga after jumping a red light, The 49 year old begged to be spared prison after being found guilty of causing the death of Mr Stinton by dangerous driving after three days of deliberation. Her barrister Ian Bridge pleaded with the judge at Canterbury Crown Court not to jail "morbidly obese" Jenns because she wouldn't be able to cope with coach outlet coupons williamsburg life behind bars. He said she had a stroke seven years ago and at the time of the crash was receiving treatment for her weight problem. Mr Bridge said she had lost between five and six stone and was hoping for a gastric band to be fitted which would have increased her life expectancy quite dramatically. He said: "As it is, coach outlet handbags 365 she is grossly coach outlet stores alabama overweight, morbidly obese and since the incident has put on even more weight. "She is a person for whom a prison sentence would be extraordinarily difficult and I don't think I exaggerate when I say she might not get through it." Judge Heather Norton adjourned sentence for two weeks pending medical reports and granted Jenns bail. But she warned Jenns, of Ashford, Kent, that she faced "an almost certain" jail sentence for the offence and also gave her an interim driving ban. "It shook my car which made me look up and it went through the red light. Two seconds later a white car came past at speed and straight through the red traffic light. "I then noticed something flying up in the air. I wasn't sure what it was until I saw some arms and legs. "I said to my daughter: 'My goodness, did you see that?' I realised then it was a person.
"I hadn't seen him before but I had noticed that there were some people at the lights waiting to cross." Prosecutor Simon Taylor told the jury which had been reduced to 11 after a juror recognised one of the witnesses that some witnesses estimated Jenns' speed at up to 70 mph. JusticeWatch horrifying moment thug brutally attacks shop worker with screwdriverThe would be thief was caged for eight years for the horrendous crime.
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