Woman faces air rifle assault charges

Last updated 12:32 25/07/2014

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A woman charged with three air-rifle assaults has been granted a registrar's remand in the Christchurch District Court.

Lynne Amanda Jackson, 48, of Richmond, entered no pleas at the Christchurch Courthouse today to four charges and was remanded by a registrar to August 15.

The remand was for her to arrange legal advice.

Jackson is charged with assaulting three women using an air rifle in Christchurch on Sunday and with threatening to kill one of the women. 

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