South Yorkshire man, 25, admits two charges of ABH and to possession of an offensive weapon
A 25-year-old South Yorkshire man has pleaded guilty to two counts of actual bodily harm and one of possessing an offensive weapon at Sheffield Crown Court.
During this morning's plea hearing, Bradley Carter, of Windsor Street, Barnsley admitted to the three charges, all of which were carried out on November 15 last year.
The case has been adjourned until April 15, to allow for the preparation of a pre-sentence report.
Granting Carter unconditional bail, Recorder Anthony Kelbrick told the 25-year-old: "You have pleaded guilty to three serious offences. In preparation, I am going to adjourn your sentencing for a pre-sentence report.
"This is for your benefit, and if you fail to co-operate with the Probation Service you will be sentenced without.
"[The adjournment] should give you no indication of what your sentence will be, that will be down to the judge on the day of sentencing.