Wednesday 6 January 2016

Cheshire Conservative councillor convicted of assaulting her own son

An alcoholic, convicted drink driver Conservative councillor in Cheshire has been convicted of beating her son.

Cllr Tracey Lorde, who is currently serving a 26 month driving ban for driving three times over the legal limit with her children in the car, has been sentenced to 80 hours of unpaid work after being found guilty of assault by beating and criminal damage.

Lorde was elected as a councillor on Poynton Town Council just 7 months ago and in that time has had a conviction for drink driving and now another for assault and criminal damage. Not exactly a pillar of the community!