Man who frequents Letchworth GC town centre given five-year ASBO
A man who frequents Letchworth GC town centre has been handed a five year anti-social behaviour order (ASBO). The order was given to Balraj Singh Sidhu, 37, of no fixed abode, by Stevenage magistrates on Monday. The order prohibits him from being drunk in
A man who frequents Letchworth GC town centre has been handed a five year anti-social behaviour order (ASBO).
The order was given to Balraj Singh Sidhu, 37, of no fixed abode, by Stevenage magistrates on Monday.
The order prohibits him from being drunk in a public place; being in possession of alcohol in any public place in an container which is open or has been opened; engaged in any behaviour which does or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to any person not from the same household, or incite others to do so; entering any library within Hertfordshire; urinating anywhere other than a urinal or toilet which has a designated facility and also entering Morrisons supermarket in Broadway, Letchworth GC.
Pc Julie-Ann Cundell, the North Herts anti-social behaviour officer, said: "This man has caused a nuisance in Letchworth town centre for a long period of time through his disorderly behaviour, which includes urinating up the walls of public toilets and shouting abuse.
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"We have worked closely with our partners in the Crown Prosecution Service in order to obtain this order and I hope this reassures people living and working in Letchworth that we will do all in our power to make the area safe and pleasant to be.
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