Man given two year Criminal Behaviour Order after repeated drunk and disorderly behaviour in Great Yarmouth

Stuart Howells

Stuart Howells - Credit: Archant

A 51-year old man has been given a two year Criminal Behaviour Order following repeated drunk and disorderly behaviour in Great Yarmouth.

Map showing between the red lines where Stuart Howells can't enter between 9.30pm and 4pm

Map showing between the red lines where Stuart Howells can't enter between 9.30pm and 4pm - Credit: Archant

A 51-year old man has been given a two year Criminal Behaviour Order following repeated drunk and disorderly behaviour in Great Yarmouth.

Stuart Howells, of Apsley Road in Great Yarmouth, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in a public place following an incident in the Market Place area on Wednesday 5 October 2016.

He was ordered to pay £70 at Great Yarmouth Magistrates Court on Monday 7 November and given a Criminal Behaviour Order.

Officers applied for the order after Howells was found to be involved in 15 alcohol related incidents in Great Yarmouth since Tuesday 29 March 2016.


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The provisions set out in the Criminal Behaviour Order state that Howell must not:

•Enter any licensed premises in the Great Yarmouth borough that is licensed for the sale of alcohol for consumption, on or off the premises, except Sainsbury's on St Nicholas Road, the express store, 29 St Peters Rd, Gt Yarmouth, Yarmouth way supermarket, 147 King St, Gt Yarmouth

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•Be in possession of an open container of alcohol in a public place

•Act or incite others to act in an anti-social manner. That is to say a manner that causes or is likely to cause nuisance, harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons, including the use of foul, offensive, abusive or threatening language or behaviours against anyone, anywhere in a public place

•Enter the area defined by the red line on the map (pictured) between the hours of 9.30am and 4pm everyday.

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