A Slough man has been given a community sentence after he assaulted a police constable.

38-year-old Shaid Ahmed Khan assaulted the officer on December 17 last year.

He pleaded guilty to this, as well as pleading guilty to failing without reasonable cause to surrender to custody at Slough Magistrates' Court, having been released on bail.

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At Reading Magistrates' Court, Khan was given a community order.

Magistrates ordered Khan to carry out a six month drug rehabilitation course as a non-resident for six months.

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He was also ordered to carry out 60 hours of unpaid work.

Khan also has to pay compensation of £100.