COUNCILLOR Ian Oakley has pleaded guilty to offences of harassment, criminal damage and intimidation, but he has still not resigned from Hillingdon Council.
The Northwood councillor pleaded guilty to seven offences and asked for a further 68 offences to be taken into consideration at St Albans Magistrates' Court last Tuesday.
Although the 31-year-old councillor resigned from the Conservative group
in Hillingdon following his arrest last month, he has still not resigned as a Northwood councillor. The case has been adjourned to September 16 for psychiatric reports.
In a statement released last Tuesday, leader of the council, Ray Puddifoot said: "The acts that he carried out are not acceptable in any circumstances and certainly not for those seeking or holding public office.
"Although these offences do not relate to his duties or activities as a councillor, I would expect him to resign from the council with immediate effect."
Liberal Democrat leader, Mike Cox, and Labour leader, Anthony Way, are also calling for his resignation.
Oakley, of Ryeland Close, West Drayton, last week admitting to a list list of offences including painting obscenities on his rivals' cars and homes and sending pornographic images to their homes when he was a Conservative parliamentary candidate in Watford.
Tony Ellis of Kewferry Road, Northwood, said: "Unfortunately under the current legislation he can't be disqualified from standing unless he gets convicted for three months, but if he was going to do the honourable thing he would resign.
"He serves no purpose as he no longer represents his constituents' views because no one wants to deal with a criminal."
Maureen Fenwick, 62, of Hallowell Road, Northwood, said: "What he has done is really evil. I think he lost the plot somewhere along the way.
"How can he represent us when he is a criminal? He should resign."
Ian Oakley faces numerous calls for him to quit as a Northwood councillor immediately.