The sentencing of a man who stalked his heavily pregnant ex-girlfriend and threatened to kill her and her family has been delayed until at least Thursday (August 24).

Gregor Bustin, aged 30, admitted stalking, making threats to kill, assault and fraud in Newtown between May 4 and 7 and has been held in jail since his arrest.

A sentence had been expected today (Tuesday, August 22) following an adjournment on Monday but the hearing at Mold Crown Court will resume at 9.30am on Thursday.

Bustin, dressed in a dark long sleeved shirt, watched the proceedings in court via videolink from HMP Berwyn, near Wrexham.

County Times:

The 30-year-old, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to stalking his victim over a four-day period between May 4 and 7 this year in Newtown when he attended her home, physically restrained her in the street and threatened her and her family.

He also admitted making threats to kill the woman in front of two police officers in Shrewsbury on May 6, and assaulting her in Newtown on two occasions on May 5 and 6.

Bustin also pleaded guilty to a charge of fraud by using the woman’s bank card without her permission on May 6.