King’s Lynn woman in court for breaching ASBO and stealing from charity shop

PUBLISHED: 15:56 12 September 2012

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A woman appeared at court today charged with breaching her anti-social behaviour order, stealing from a charity shop and damaging police documents.

Lorraine Hewitt, 50, of Elvington, King’s Lynn, appeared at Lynn Magistrates’ Court this afternoon on three charges but her case was adjourned until next month.

She is accused of removing her clothes in a public place and breaching her imposed curfew on July 19 which she is prohibited from doing by an ASBO made on May 15 this year.

It is also alleged she stole items to the value of £2.99 from the AGE UK store in King’s Lynn on July 18 and caused criminal damage by targeting statements belonging to Norfolk Police the same day.

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