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Pestered his uncle for money.

A MAN who ignored court orders by pestering his uncle for money has been jailed for 24 weeks.

Llandudno magistrates heard that Kevin Cox continually targeted his uncle, who had mental health problems, despite being told to keep away.

In June 2014, magistrates imposed a restraining order on him for breaching an antisocial behaviour order. But prosecutor James Neary said that in November Cox, 30, began visiting his uncle again.

He would knock on the window at night and ask for money.

Cox, of Parc Bodnant, Llandudno, admitted seven charges of harassing his uncle and one of harassing his mother, whom he is prohibited from contacting under an order made in 2012.

He was jailed for a total of 24 weeks and on his release will be under supervision for 12 months.

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Mar 20, 2015
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