Man guilty of breaching court order

AN IPSWICH man is behind bars today after a jury found him guilty today of breaching a restraining order. After less than an hour of deliberations Andrew Wilson, 42, of Cauldwell Hall Road, was found guilty at Norwich Crown Court by a jury of seven men and four woman of breaching an order imposed in 1997 forbidding him to contact ex girlfriend Lisa Ellinor.

AN IPSWICH man is behind bars today after a jury found him guilty today of breaching a restraining order.

After less than an hour of deliberations Andrew Wilson, 42, of Cauldwell Hall Road, was found guilty at Norwich Crown Court by a jury of seven men and four woman of breaching an order imposed in 1997 forbidding him to contact ex girlfriend Lisa Ellinor. He was found not guilty of a further charge of harassment.

During the trial the court heard that the charges related to phone calls made to Miss Ellinor's home in Christchurch Street between September 27 and September 30 2003.

Wilson pleaded not guilty to both charges.


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Recorder Andrew Marsden remanded Wilson in custody until sentence on June 30. He also ordered a pre-sentence report.

See tonight's Evening Star for full story.

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