Teenage girl banned from Holt for two years

Just Regional
Dec 5, 2013 2 mins read

An 18 year-old teenager has been issued with a Conviction Related Anti-Social Behaviour Order (CRASBO) banning her from Holt for the next 24 months.

Stacey Sadler of Chapel Lane, Hempstead, was made the subject of the CRASBO by King’s Lynn Magistrates Court on Monday 2 December.

Stacey appeared at King’s Lynn Magistrates Court in relation to a series of anti-social behaviour incidents over the past 18 months which includes damage to vehicles, public nuisance by swearing and drinking in the street and using threatening behaviour towards officers.

The order places the following conditions on her:Not to enter the town of Holt as defined by the parish boundary for the next 24 months.

Not to possess or drink alcohol in any public place anywhere in Norfolk

Act in a way that causes or is likely to cause any nuisance, annoyance, alarm, distress or harassment, [this includes foul and abusive language and offensive gestures] to any person within the county of Norfolk.

She was also ordered to pay £450 for three acts of criminal damage to two police cars and a cell.

The CRASBO means that if Sadler is found to be in breach of any of her conditions she may face prosecution that could lead to imprisonment.

Local policing team lead for Holt, Inspector Teresa Futter, said: “Stacey Sadler has been prolific in reports of anti-social behaviour (ASB) made to police over the past few months. These have almost always involved alcohol fuelled behaviour and were often in the main public spaces causing alarm and distress to those present.”

“As a policing team we have worked tirelessly to help Miss Sadler and calm her destructive behaviour.”

“We did not take the decision to implement this CRASBO lightly, but in the case of Stacey all the lower forms of interventions had been exhausted and this was the most appropriate way to prevent any further harm being caused to the people of North Norfolk and Holt. I would hope now that Miss Sadler engages positively with the support she is offered.”

Stacey Ann SADLER-23 Nov 2013 1943

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