Following an investigation by Thames Valley Police, a man has been convicted of racial or religious aggravated harassment in Bletchley.
After a four day trial, Jason Hein, aged 56, of Ashfield Grove, Bletchley, was convicted of four counts of racial or religious aggravated harassment at Aylesbury Crown Court on Friday (26/8).
The jury were unanimous.
Hein harassed three of his neighbours, one man and two women, in Ashfield Grove on dates between December 2017 and August 2021.
Investigating officer PC David Smith, of Bletchley and Fenny Stratford Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “Jason Hein harassed his neighbours in the place where they should feel most safe, the street in which they live.
“Hein’s despicable behaviour included shouting and swearing racial or religious slurs at his victims.
“The victims have shown immense bravery throughout this distressing period for them, and I thank them for supporting our investigation.
“This case demonstrates that such behaviour will not be tolerated by Thames Valley Police.
“If anyone has or is suffering similar harassment, please contact the force. You can leave information on our website or call us on 101. We will listen and support you.”
Hein is due to be sentenced at Reading Crown Court on 14 October.