A TEENAGER assaulted two females during a fit of rage - and sent threatening messages to one of the victims months later.

At South East Northumberland Magistrates' Court last Thursday, Stanley Wood (19), of Jubilee Cottages, West Woodburn, pleaded guilty to two charges of assault, one of causing harassment and one of causing damage to the victim's property.

The court heard that Wood had assaulted two females in Blyth, Northumberland, on August 10 this year.

He returned to Blyth on October 12, and he admitted to causing £1,000 worth of damage to one of the victim's items which included a TV, living room wall, mirror and doors.

On top of that, between October 18 and 25, Wood sent messages and made threats to the victim knowing that the communication would cause her to feel harassed.

Wood was remanded on bail until he appears for sentencing at South East Northumberland Magistrates' Court on January 6.

Magistrates warned that a custodial sentence could be imposed.

Wood must not enter Blyth as part of his bail terms.