A man who threatened three schools in the UK because of issues surrounding his immigration status has now been given a jail term and will also pay fine. At Hatfield Remand Court yesterday, May 1, 32-year-old Pirasanthan Logeswaran pleaded guilty to three charges of threats. According to the court, three schools (Bromet Primary School, Ascot Road Community Free School and Watford Grammar School for Girls) received different letters containing threats from Logeswaran on Tuesday, April 16. The schools got the letters during the holiday but immediately contacted the police once the contents were checked by staff. Securities around the schools were buffed up including the activation of safeguarding procedures by the schools. Following an investigation of the matter, Logeswaran was identified as a suspect and was swiftly arrested on April 29. After pleading guilty, he was given 18-week jail term, suspended for 12 months. He is to go through rehabilitation for a 20-day period and will pay a fine of £700.
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