A PROLIFIC offender with more than 100 previous convictions – despite only being aged 19 – has been locked up.

Paris Willows will be spending time behind bars after assaulting a number of police officers doing their public duty.

The teenager, of Poplars Avenue in Orford, is no stranger to the courts and court staff, having appeared regularly as a serial offender.

A previous court hearing heard how Willows has an ‘extensive’ criminal record, amassing more than 30 previous convictions for in excess of 110 offences many of which are for assaulting an emergency worker.

But the defendant has appeared back before Crewe Magistrates’ Court today, Wednesday, to face five counts of assault by beating of an emergency worker.

Each occurred on last Thursday, March 21, in both Warrington and Runcorn on male and female officers.

She also faced a charge of assaulting a woman in Warrington on November 14 and sending the same person indecent or offensive Facebook and voice messages.

Cheshire Police has confirmed that she was handed a custodial sentence.

The force’s Warrington Police team said: “On Thursday, March 21, Paris Willows, aged 19 and of Poplars Avenue, was charged with offences of assault against an emergency worker.

“This is not the first time that she has been charged with this offence.

“Today at Crewe Magistrates’ Court, she has been given a 12-month custodial sentence.”

She was previously spared jail in January, with the court instead imposing rehabilitation work, after she used expletive-laden name calling towards her probation officer, wished her child would die and said: “I will stab you, you just watch.”

Willows also pinched and kicked out at police.