Man jailed for two years is also banned from parts of Great Yarmouth after burglary
- Credit: Norfolk Police
A 43-year-old man has been banned from parts of Great Yarmouth town centre, after also being sentenced to more than two years behind bars.
James Kavanagh, of Princes Road in Great Yarmouth, was sentenced after committing a burglary in South Quay last month.
He was jailed for more than two years - 876 days in total - and ordered to pay £170 at Norwich Crown Court on Thursday, November 17.
He was also given a Criminal Behaviour Order banning him from parts of Yarmouth - including Regent Road and the Market Square, and Lowestoft.
Provisions of the order also state he must not:
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• Act in a way that causes or is likely to cause nuisance, annoyance, alarm or distress to anyone not of the same household: including the use of foul, offensive, abusive or threatening language or behaviours against anyone, anywhere in a public place.
• Be in possession of an open container of alcohol in a public place.
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