A man in England who placed a tracking device on his ex-girlfriend’s car and tried to intimidate her into dropping a stalking charge has been sentenced to six months in jail. At Gloucester Crown Court Mr Wozencroft pleaded guilty to stalking Ms Jackson and intimidating her with a view to pervert the course of justice. The pair had separated in the late 1990s and Ms Jackson had a restraining order made against him. However, Mr Wozencroft attempted to rekindle the relationship and started turning up where she was and sending her flowers. Mr Wozencroft had been out on bail with a condition in place not to contact Ms Jackson, but he had breached this by calling and texting her ten times. As a result, Ms Jackson had been prescribed medication for anxiety.
Edwards and Co regularly advises clients on harassment claims similar to the Jackson/Wozencroft case.
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