A man has been given a suspended sentence for harassing a police officer in Milton Keynes.

Aaron Clifford, 39, of Roveley Court was found guilty of one count of harassment by a district judge on Wednesday, October 14. at Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court.

Clifford was sentenced on the same day to 12 weeks’ imprisonment suspended for 12 months and was given a restraining order against his victim.

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The sentence relates to incidents that took place between July 20 and 22, 2019, when Clifford repeatedly phoned a Thames Valley police officer and subjected them to verbal harassment and threats.

Police Sergeant Catherine Story, based at Milton Keynes police station said: ““I am happy with the outcome of this case but more importantly it demonstrates that positive action will be taken against those that feel it is acceptable to harass, abuse and threaten police officers or PCSOs”.