Man breached or­der

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A MAN has been jailed for re­peat­edly breach­ing a re­strain­ing or­der ban­ning him from con­tact­ing his mum.

Liam Eu­gene Stock­ton, 24, was banned from con­tact­ing her by a court in Novem­ber 2014.

How­ever, on Jan­uary 7 he breached the or­der by mak­ing 25 calls to her phone. Then be­tween Jan­uary 26 and Fe­bru­ary 15 he went to her home ad­dress in Mac­cles­field four times, which he was pro­hib­ited from do­ing.

Stock­ton, of no fixed abode, Mac­cles­field, was even­tu­ally ar­rested and hauled to court on Fe­bru­ary 22 where he ad­mit­ted breach­ing a re­strain­ing or­der five times.

He also ad­mit­ted breach­ing a two year con­di­tional dis­charge im­posed by Crewe mag­is­trates in Septem­ber 2015 for han­dling stolen goods, and a fur­ther of­fence of breach­ing a com­mu­nity or­der by the same court in Novem­ber 2015 for ha­rass­ment.

Mag­is­trates jailed Stock­ton for 24 weeks.

In court doc­u­ments it said mag­is­trates chose cus­tody be­cause the ‘of­fences (were) so se­ri­ous’, there were ‘sev­eral breaches of (the) or­der’ and the ‘do­mes­tic vi­o­lence’ na­ture of the of­fend­ing.

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