New ASBO for woman who breached order seven times
A WOMAN banned from begging for money has admitted breaching an anti-social behaviour order.
Susan Mary Warrington, 55, was given the five year ASBO by Macclesfield magistrates court in October last year.
But since then she has admitted breaching the order seven times.
In March, Warrington admitted begging for cash three times and magistrates ordered her to wear an electronic tag for 10 weeks and banned her leaving her house between 5pm and 5am.
But within days she was caught begging for money from a member of the public.
Warrington, of Fir Court, Kennedy Avenue, Macclesfield, admitted breaching an anti-social behaviour order on March 12, twice on March 14, then again on June 7.
At Macclesfield magistrates’ court she was given a community order with curfew for four months banning her from leaving her house between 2pm and midnight.
The terms of the ASBO ban Warrington from acting in a way that is abusive, offensive or threatening in a public place; and persuading, encouraging, coercing or requesting money from any individual in return for goods.