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The boss of a Wiltshire animal sanctuary could be jailed for failing to adhere to fire safety rules.
John Warwick-Huckvale, who runs Swindon and District Animal Haven near Wootton Bassett, Swindon, pleaded guilty to five fire safety offences at Swindon Crown Court. The 53-year-old of White Castle, Toothill, Swindon, was told by a judge at that all sentencing options were open.
During a visit to the animal sanctuary in March last year, inspectors discovered a number of fire safety issues, including a broken fire extinguisher, inaccessible fire equipment and a faulty fire alarm. According to a report by the Wiltshire Times newspaper, the maximum sentence for the offences is a two-year jail term, along with a fine.
Recorder Geraint Walters decided to delay sentencing until Friday, October 28, to allow a pre-sentence report to be compiled.
He said: "The fact that I am asking for reports in your case and granting you bail between now and sentence can't be taken by you as any sort of indication of the sort of sentence in mind.
"I will not be the person sentencing you and no hope should be read into it. All options remain open."Back..