A MAN from St Asaph is to pay in excess of £200 and received a conditional discharge after he was found guilty of assault at a Denbighshire caravan park.

Gwyn Jones, 66, of Bodeugan Barns, was accused of assaulting James Arthur by beating him at Whitehouse Caravan Park, Waen on August 11, 2021.

He changed his plea to guilty at Llandudno Magistrates’ Court on April 14.


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Mr Jones received a conditional discharge of six months, and was ordered to pay compensation of £69.99.

He is also to pay a victim surcharge of £22, and costs to the Crown Prosecution Service of £135, to be paid in full by May 12.

This made a total payment of £226.99.

Mr Jones was also accused of causing criminal damage to property by damaging a camcorder belonging to Mr Arthur on the same date and at the same location.

He had pleaded not guilty to this offence on February 23, and this was dismissed after no evidence was offered.