Portsmouth man made 250 abusive calls to the police

A man has been convicted of making abusive calls to police
A man has been convicted of making abusive calls to police
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A MAN who made 250 abusive and threatening calls to police has been handed a suspended jail sentence.

Nick Jones, 34, of New Road East, Portsmouth, admitted conveying an indecent or grossly offensive message between December 4 and January 1.

Portsmouth magistrates imposed a four-month term suspended for a year.

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He must complete 25 days' rehabilitation activities.

Jones must pay a £115 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.