Llanelli mum Jennifer Jones could be jailed after orders to return children breached
A Llanelli mother who appeared to have breached High Court orders to return her four children to her former husband could be jailed, a judge has said.
Mr Justice Roderic Wood said he would ask Attorney General Dominic Grieve to consider beginning contempt of court proceedings against Jennifer Jones, of Old Road, Llanelli.
The judge made a public plea after the 45-year-old disappeared with her children on Tuesday rather than obey a court order for the youngsters to be returned to their father Tomas Palacin Cambra in Spain.
Ms Jones and her partner John Williams were arrested after the group were discovered safe and well in Blackwood, Gwent yesterday.
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The judge released Ms Jones from custody but said she appeared to be in “flagrant” breach of orders to hand her children back into the care of Mr Cambra, 52.
Penalties for contempt included jail, the judge said.
Mr Williams has been released by police on bail pending further inquiry.