Anglesey man guilty of three assaults to pay more than £200

A MAN from Anglesey has been ordered to pay in excess of £200 after he was found guilty of three counts of assault.

William Cliftwood, 29, of Rhos-goch, was accused of assaulting Ryszard Kwiatkowski, Heather Murray and Lorna Williams at Beudygwyn Farm on June 13 by beating them.

He pleaded guilty to all three offences at Caernarfon Magistrates’ Court on July 28.


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Mr Cliftwood was fined £120, and ordered to pay costs to the Crown Prosecution Service of £85, and a victim surcharge of £34.

This made a total of £239, to be paid as a full lump sum within 28 days.

The court also made an application for deductions from his benefits.

Mr Cliftwood avoided having to pay compensation due to his limited means.

North Wales Chronicle | Anglesey