Catron admits using ICT network to annoy

Sandra Catron pleaded guilty in Grand Court on Tuesday to a charge of using an information and communications technology network to annoy.

Defense attorney Nick Hoffman provided to Justice Charles Quin a written basis of plea.

The defendant originally pleaded not guilty, but the indictment was amended. As a result, on Tuesday she pleaded guilty to knowingly using an ICT network to annoy a named person between May 27 and July 23, 2012. No details of the offense were given on Tuesday.

Her first appearance in Grand Court was on July 19, 2013.

Mr. Hoffman and Crown counsel Nicole Petit agreed on Feb. 5 as the date when they will make submissions as to sentence. Justice Quin indicated that he might need further time to consider what they said before he passed sentence.

The charge was brought under the Information and Communication Technology Authority Law.

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