‘Poison dwarf’ jailed in Blackpool after ‘throwing her own poo at police and kicking female sergeant – and telling someone on Facebook she would burn their black friends’

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A woman known to her victims as the ‘poison dwarf’ chucked her own poo-covered clothes at police and kicked a female sergeant – after telling someone online she would burn their black friends, a court was told.

 

Jamie Lunn, 33, Warley Road, North Shore, didn’t go quietly as she was jailed for 44 weeks, with proceedings at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court being halted midway through because of her constant verbal interruptions.

Before being sent down today, Lunn had been found guilty of racially aggravated harassment, kicking a female police sergeant, and throwing her faeces-coated garments at the sarge while inside the police station.

She was also found guilty of sending a threatening Facebook message.

Jamie Lunn, 33, of Warley Road, North Shore, was jailed for 44 weeks on Monday, October 11, 2021, after being found guilty of a string of offences at Blackpool Magistrates' Court

Jamie Lunn, 33, of Warley Road, North Shore, was jailed for 44 weeks on Monday, October 11, 2021, after being found guilty of a string of offences at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court

Prosecutor Peter Bardsley told the court: “She told one victim, ‘You are dead. I will burn you. My threats are not empty. I will also burn your black friends. They will be crisps in the morning.'”

Mr Bardsley said victims of Lunn, who also walked past someone’s window making a gun sign, had branded her a “poison dwarf”.

Representing herself, Lunn told magistrates, who branded her threats “vile”, that being sent to prison was “sending me down a spiral”.