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Tuesday, January 14, 2014
A teenager who was banned from entering an historic north Norfolk market town appeared in court twice in five days after breaching her order twice and has now been fitted with an electronic tag.
Stacey Sadler, 18, was given a Conviction Related Anti Social Behaviour Order (crasbo) at King’s Lynn Magistrates’ Court late last year banning her from entering Holt for two years.
As well as being ordered to pay £450 compensation to the police she was told she could not carry alcohol openly in any Norfolk public place for the same period.
Sadler, who now has to live at Meadow Way, Hellesdon, appeared at Norwich Magistrates’ Court yesterday and January 9 accused of breaching an anti-social behaviour order.
A Norwich Magistrates’ Court spokesman said the teenager had indicated a guilty plea and had been given unconditional bail.
Sadler is due to appear at Norwich Crown Court on April 24 and has been fitted with an electronic tag.
Before that hearing she cannot enter the parish boundary of Holt or Fakenham and cannot leave her Hellesdon address between 7pm and 7am each day.