A man who assaulted an emergency ambulance crew while intoxicated at Bangor railway station has been jailed for 18 weeks.
The sentencing comes following an investigation by the British Transport Police (BTP).
David Cator, 72, and of Helens Crescent, Pentraeth, was found guilty of being drunk and disorderly in a public place and breaching a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO).
At around 10:00 hours on 10th September, a BTP officer noticed Cator at Bangor railway station.
He appeared to be heavily intoxicated.
The officer requested an ambulance to attend the station to check on his welfare.
When the emergency ambulance crew arrived on the scene, Cator became extremely aggressive towards them.
BTP officers arrested Cator for being drunk and disorderly in a public place and for assaulting an emergency worker.
Officers escorted Cator to custody, where they later learnt he was also in breach of a CBO.
Cator pleaded not guilty at his first hearing on 11 September and was remanded in custody until his trial, where he was found guilty at Caernarfon Magistrates’ Court on 26 October.
He was sentenced to 18 weeks in prison, ordered to pay £128 to fund victim services and £100 in court costs.
BTP Investigating Officer Chris Rowlands said:
“Threatening behaviour towards emergency services will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
“I am grateful to the courts for the sentence imposed on the defendant and hope it serves as a reminder that this type of behaviour will not be tolerated on the railway.
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