A 27 YEAR-OLD Anglesey man has today been jailed for five weeks after being found at the home of a partner he is banned from seeing.

John Owen of Armenia Street, Holyhead, appeared in custody at a special court at Llandudno.

He pleaded guilty to being at the home of Tammy Hughes in Gilbert Street, Holyhead, yesterday at 1.25am in defiance of a restraining order.

David Mainstone, prosecuting, said police found him hiding in a bedroom. It was his fifth breach of a restraining order made in February 2016 at Caernarfon crown court.

He had now been recalled to prison after a 20-week jail sentence in July for disqualified driving.

Nia Dawson, defending, said : "His partner has not cooperated with the police. She wanted nothing to do with the prosecution, wanted him to be there."

Mrs Dawson said the partner had applied to Mold crown court for the restraining order to be revoked and not having received a response thought it would be all right for him to be with her.

Owen was ordered by magistrates to pay a £122 surcharge and told a fifth breach showed he had a disregard for court orders. No compensation would be awarded to the "injured party" because of her failure to co-operate with the prosecution.