New ASBO for woman who breached or­der seven times

Macclesfield Express - - BEFORE THE BENCH -

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.

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