A ‘dangerous’ man has been jailed for a year after being found guilty of harassment.
Tim Mutton, 21, of Runham Close, Luton, was arrested on January 15 for both harassment and public order offences.
He was also found to be in breach of a suspended sentenced having previously been convicted for actual bodily harm.
Detective constable Ian Williams, of Beds Police’s Operation Boson team, said: “We’re pleased that Mutton has been found guilty of these offences.
“He is a dangerous man with complete disregard for the law, as has been seen by the convictions for multiple offences.
“This is another great result for our Op Boson team and an example of the work that we are prepared to do to keep people such as Mutton off the streets.”
Mutton was jailed for a total of 12 months which will start from the day he was first remanded in custody.
He has also been issued with a five-year restraining order.