Plymouth man held knife and made threats
A MAN made threats while holding a knife, a court heard.
Ryan Cunningham, aged 31, admitted possession of a knife when he appeared before Plymouth magistrates.
He also admitted threatening behaviour during the same incident on July 17.
Legal adviser Ed O'Kelly, summarising the case for the bench, said Cunningham made threats to a man through a door while holding a knife.
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Bill LaHive, for Cunningham, said he had serious mental health problems and was due for a psychiatric assessment.
Magistrates ordered a probation officer to produce a full report on his background.
Cunningham, of Hawkinge Gardens, Ernesettle, was bailed to return to court for sentence on November 30.