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Man, 64, who made repeated, unnecessary calls to the emergency services given Criminal Behaviour Order

| April 27, 2016

A 64 year old man from Marlow has been convicted of improper use of the public communications network and issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO).

Wiliam Wosik, aged 64, of Sandygate Road, Marlow pleaded guilty at High Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday 23rd March 2016 and was sentenced on Monday 25th April 2016 to twelve weeks imprisonment, suspended for a year.

He was also issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) which is in place for a two year period to Wednesday 25th April 2018. He is prohibited from using any telephone system or means to call out the emergency services unless in times of genuine emergency.

Wosik made repeated, unnecessary calls to the emergency services, the majority of his calls were made to the Police. He continued with his calls even whilst the case was going through the court process up until the day of sentencing.

Investigating officer, PC Chris Allman, an Anti-Social Behaviour officer for Buckinghamshire, said: ‘William Wosik has persistently contacted the emergency services when he did not need to. We have tried to work with Mr Wosik but he continued to do this and therefore a Criminal Behaviour Order has been put in place to prevent this continuing.

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