Threatening phone calls to ex-partner lands man in court

A MAN who used his girlfriend's mobile phone to make threatening calls to his ex-partner was sentenced to four months' prison in Rockhampton Magistrates Court yesterday.

Akeem Marcus Williams-Coveney pleaded guilty to one count of using a carriage service to make threat of harm following the call made on September 6.

Williams-Coveney was sentenced to two years' probation with $3000 recognisance. Magistrate Michael O'Driscoll activated a four-month suspended prison sentence.

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