Posted: Tue 5th May 2020

Man jailed for public order offence in Bangor during coronavirus lockdown

North Wales news and information
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, May 5th, 2020

A man has been jailed for 36 weeks after committing a public order offence in Bangor.

Craig Lee Jones, 32, carried out the offence during the coronavirus lockdown and was also in breach of a criminal behaviour order (CBO).

Inspector Jon Aspinall said: “This demonstrates both the effectiveness of CBOs, and the commitment of local officers to continue to challenge those behaving badly in our community during this difficult time.

“Officers will continue to challenge those in breach of the lockdown in order to safeguard the local community, and key workers doing a fantastic job to look after us all.”



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