Harassment woman's problems date from death of her son, court told



A ONCE law-abiding woman prosecuted for harassment has struggled to keep her life on track since the death of her son, a court heard.
Magistrates sitting in Carlisle heard how Susan Williamson, 52, made dozens of unwanted phone calls and sent more than 20 text messages to a local woman over three or four days – despite the victim pleading with her to stop.
Williamson, of Brough Street, Aspatria, admitted harassment.
Prosecutor Pam Ward told the court that many of the text messages were insulting and sexually explicit.
She committed the offences between July 26 and July 29.
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19 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 43
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