Local News & Archive — February 28, 2017 at 5:02 pm — Updated: February 28, 2017 at 9:53 pm

Prestatyn man jailed again for threatening hospital patient

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North Wales Police

A Prestatyn man convicted of threatening a man with a knife has been handed a second jail term in a week.

Kyle Crompton was given a four-month sentence for spitting at a woman while she was in labour at North Manchester General Hospital last October.

Bury magistrates heard Crompton threatened rape against the victim from Middleton and sending Facebook and phone messages saying he hoped her child suffered a cot death.

The 22 year-old, who was also convicted for two bail offences, was handed a three year restraining order and told to pay £100 compensation to the woman.

Last week, Crompton, thought to be originally from Manchester, was jailed for 28 months after he admitted threatening a man with a kitchen knife at The Jolly Roger pub in Prestatyn. He had been told to leave the pub after becoming angry, but later returned wearing a balaclava.

The defence at Mold Crown Court said Crompton had gone ‘off the rails’ to an extent since the end of a relationship.

 

 

Source: Manchester Evening News

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