Man to be sentenced over Wymondham arson
- Credit: Archant
A man due to be sentenced for arson following a house fire in Wymondham has had his sentencing adjourned.
Crews were called to a house at Poppy Street, in Wymondham, just before 6.45am on Wednesday November 27 2019 after the fire at the property..
Alistair McKenzie, 55, of Enfield Row, Wymondham, was due to be sentenced for arson at Norwich Crown Court on Monday.
However his barrister, Rob Pollington, said there was no psychiatric report for McKenzie, who had mental health difficulties
He said: "A psychiatric report is required in this case.".
Judge Anthony Bate adjourned the case for a report from a forensic consultant psychiatrist and said there would be a further hearing on May 4 for an update.
Simon Gledhill appeared for the prosecution.
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