Crawley man sent to prison for threatening police and sending offensive messages

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A Crawley man has been sent to prison for threatening police and being in breach of a suspended sentence according to a court document.

Harry Jones, 21, of Charlock, Close, Crawley, pleaded guilty to two charges of using threatening behaviour toward a police officer.

The offences took place at Crawley on August 25.

He admitted being in breach of a suspended sentence, imposed by an earlier court for an offence of sending offensive, indecent, obscene or menacing messages by public communications network. He was sentenced to a total of 12 weeks in prison.

Magistrates said the custodial sentence was because of his recording of offending and being in breach of a suspended sentence.

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