A MAN from Conwy received a fine and restraining order, as well as being told to carry out unpaid work, after he was found guilty of non-violent harassment towards another resident on his street.

Alexander Edwards, 39, of Pengarth, pleaded guilty to the offences at Llandudno Magistrates’ Court on March 30.

The court heard how, on July 5, 2021, Mr Edwards caused damage to a hedge at a property on Pengarth belonging to Ian Cox.

Mr Edwards then stuck his middle finger up at Mr Cox on August 2.

Then, on January 4, Mr Cox passed Mr Edwards while driving; Mr Edwards then shouted at him, before again sticking his middle finger up at him.

Mr Edwards then ran after Mr Cox as he drove off, before spitting on his vehicle.


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He is to pay costs to the Crown Prosecution Service of £85, of which he is to pay £25 per month commencing April 19, as well as a victim surcharge of £95.

Mr Edwards is also to not contact or approach Mr Cox, by any means whatsoever, or enter any property that Mr Cox occupies.

This was made effective until March 29, 2026.

He is also to undertake 80 hours of unpaid work by March 29, 2023.