A lady accused of pretending to be a alloy and giving an gullible studious an intravenous injection has left on the run.
Cassandra Grant, 38, is charged with rascal by fake representation, and attack occasioning tangible corporeal mistreat but has unsuccessful to spin up to justice twice.
She is accused of donning a doctor’s uniform and ‘treating’ a member of the open at the Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials in Oxon last September.
The studious was given an intravenous injection of an anti-sickness drug, which constitutes as attack as Grant was not protected as a doctor.
In the days following the eventuality Blenheim Palace arch medical officer Sue Smith alerted Thames Valley Police.
A orator for the equine trials said: ‘As shortly as we were done wakeful that someone had been trying to burlesque a medical veteran we referred this to the police.’
A Thames Valley Police orator said: ‘The charge of rascal by fake illustration is in tie with an claim that Grant secretly claimed to be a medical veteran at Blenheim Horse Trials progressing this month.
‘The attack is in propinquity to an claim that Grant gave a studious an intravenous injection of an anti-sickness drug at the equine trials.’
When she unsuccessful to seem at a defence and conference credentials conference on Dec 1, and again on Dec 11, a judge systematic a aver for her arrest.
Judge Ian Pringle QC, at Oxford Crown Court, pronounced Grant, of Coombe Dingle, Bristol, should be summonsed to justice to answer the charges against her.
Judge Pringle pronounced that, given her latest disaster to attend, and with no mental health evidence, he was forced to issue a aver for her arrest.
Grant is nonetheless to enter any pleas concerning the charges she is facing.