A MAN from Bangor has been jailed following a breach of restraining order and assaulting an emergency worker.

Lloyd Lloyd, 28, of Llys Dewi Sant, was sentenced to 20 months’ imprisonment at Caernarfon Crown Court today (September 27).

This followed him being charged with the following six offences:

  • Three counts of criminal damage.
  • Harassment – breach of a restraining order on conviction.
  • Obstruct/resist a constable in execution of duty.
  • Common assault of an emergency worker.


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Following his sentencing, District Acting Inspector Andrew Davies said: “We welcome today’s results, which will have a positive impact on communities of Gwynedd North.

“Assaults against emergency workers will not be tolerated.

“We will deal robustly with anyone who not only sees fit to assault police officers, but also proves to be a persistent drain on our resources with his criminal behaviour.”