Man banned from having an open container of alcohol in Norwich for two years
PUBLISHED: 08:18 21 April 2017 | UPDATED: 08:18 21 April 2017
A man has been handed a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) banning him from having an open container of alcohol in Norwich for two years.
Simon Shingfield, 41, of Paragon in Norwich, was given the order after he was found to be involved in a number of incidents associated with anti-social behaviour in the Norwich area in the last 12 months.
The provisions set out in the CBO state that Walker must not:
• Be found in possession of an open or opened container of alcohol in any public place within the outer ring road as shown on the map.
• Be drunk in a public place within the outer ring road as shown on the map.
Sergeant Mark Shepherd said: “I hope this order provides further reassurance to residents living in the Norwich area that we are responding to concerns about anti-social behaviour within the community and will not tolerate people drinking to excess in public places.
“We will continue to focus our patrols in the area and will pursue prosecutions against those who persistently commit offences.”