A MAN from Y Felinheli has been ordered to abstain from consuming alcohol after he was found guilty of affray following an incident a hotel in Gwynedd.

Mathew Williams, 31, of Ffordd Siabod, was accused of using or threatening unlawful violence against another person at Hotel Port Dinorwic on October 16, 2021.

He pleaded guilty at Llandudno Magistrates’ Court on June 13.


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Mr Williams was told by the court to avoid drinking alcohol for 90 days.

He will be monitored to ensure he is abiding by this order.

Mr Williams was also accused of stealing alcohol worth £46.04, along with Gethin Owen, from a Spar store on Market Square, Porthmadog on June 10.

Mr Owen, 33, of Bangor Street, Y Felinheli, pleaded guilty to this offence, as did Mr Williams.

Mr Owen also pleaded guilty to threatening behaviour in Porthmadog on June 10.

Mr Williams and Mr Owen are to each repay one half of the £46.04 in compensation.

Mr Williams is also to pay a £95 victim surcharge, while the court made an application for deductions from his benefits.

Mr Owen received an eight-week prison sentence, suspended for six months, and a £128 victim surcharge.

Both men are to make their outstanding payments in full within 28 days.