But she did report matters when a second similar letter arrived at her office, three months later.
The letter claimed to be from a mysterious “Weardale woman”, but Miss Bottomley said a DNA lift from the envelope led officers to the home of 56-year-old Alan James Willey – whose sexual prowess was referred to by the supposed female author.
Although police found a draught of one of the letters on Willey’s home computer, he claimed he could not remember sending them.
He denied two counts of malicious communication, conveying an indecent message, but was convicted following a trial before magistrates in April.
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Penny Bottomley, prosecuting, said although she was shocked and disturbed at its contents, received in January last year, the recipient decided not to involve the police, following discussion with her husband.
And he said other commissioners have discussed switching to a less costly cellphone plan.
“I think we’re wasting a lot with that phone system,” he said.
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