Posted: Sat 1st May 2021

Updated: Sat 1st May

Man from Bangor jailed for 22 months for assaulting emergency worker and criminal damage

North Wales news and information

A man from Bangor has been jailed for 22 months for assaulting an emergency worker and causing criminal damage.

Tony Sturrs of Treborth Road in Bangor was also sentenced yesterday for breaching a criminal behaviour order.

Inspector Trystan Bevan said: “I am pleased that Sturrs has been removed from the local community.

“Hopefully, he will reflect on his behaviour during his time in custody.

“We will not tolerate the minority of people whose behaviour brings misery to our law abiding residents.”

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