A WREXHAM teenager has admitted harassment and threatening to stab a woman.

Keon Davies, 19, appeared in the dock at Mold Crown Court.

He pleaded guilty to two charges of common assault upon a female, damaging her mobile phone, putting her in fear of violence by harassment and possessing a kitchen knife in Chester Road, Wrexham, on April 13.

The harassment charge says that he threatened to throw a brick at her window, went to her home with a knife and threatened to stab her to death.

Henry Hills, defending, applied for a pre-sentence report.

Judge Niclas Parry agreed and said all sentencing options would remain open.

He said it was very sad to see such a young man with no previous convictions appearing in court on such charges.

Davies was rebailed till June 13 to live at Kenyon Avenue in Garden Village, Wrexham, he must observe a 7pm to 7am curfew and he is not to approach the complainant.