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Woman banned from King's Lynn's main drinking area after being found drunk and disorderly 11 times since January

PUBLISHED: 16:28 13 October 2016 | UPDATED: 17:01 13 October 2016

Tuesday Langley: Police picture

Tuesday Langley: Police picture

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Tuesday Langley, 21, of no fixed abode in the town, has been given a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order.

Tuesday Langley, 21, of no fixed abode in the town, has been given a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order.

She was charged with being drunk and disorderly in a public place following an incident in Norfolk Street on Saturday, August 20. She was given a Criminal Behaviour Order at the town’s magistrates’ court yesterday.

Officers applied for the order after Langley was found to be involved in 11 incidents of drunk and disorderly behaviour in the King’s Lynn area since January.

The provisions set out in the Criminal Behaviour Order state that Langley must not act in a way that causes or is likely to cause a nuisance or annoyance to anyone anywhere in a public place.

And she must not attend the length of Norfolk Street, King’s Lynn, between the junction of High Street and Railway Road.

Chief Inspector Terry Lordan said: “We take the issue of street drinking and disorderly behaviour seriously and I hope this result reassures the community that we will take action where necessary.”

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