BREACHING an interim order has landed a Woodrow man an anti-social behaviour injunction.
Anthony Bevan from Sanders Close was also given a seven-day suspended sentence at Worcester County Court on Tuesday (December 9) after a ‘blatant’ breach of the interim order made just a week before.
Police took the 21-year-old into custody after finding him in breach of the order. If there is a further breach Bevan will be sent to prison for seven days plus whatever sentence is imposed for any further breach.
The injunction will run until December 2, 2015, and has been issued to protect residents near Bushley Close.
Coun Yvonne Smith, responsible for community safety, said: “We are committed to excellent partnership working and using the legal tools where appropriate to protect our residents and communities.”
A police spokeswoman added: “We will not tolerate breaches of orders and want to reiterate that there are consequences of doing so.”