A woman has been issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) in Aylesbury following an investigation by Thames Valley Police.
The 18 year old of Bittenham Close, Stone appeared at High Wycombe Magistrates Court on Monday 22nd July 2019 where she was sentenced to a 24 month Community Order and issued with a CBO after pleading guilty to eight offences.
The offences were :
- Two counts of criminal damage to McDonalds in Aylesbury.
- One count of assaulting a police officer.
- One count of section 5 of the Public Order Act.
- Two counts of obstructing a police officer.
- One count of racially aggravated harassment against a security guard at another store in the town centre.
- One count of failing to comply with a Community Protection Notice.
The CBO, which is in place for two years, prohibits the 18 year old woman from entering Aylesbury town centre and Aylesbury train station unless she is catching a train and from remaining on any land or premises after being asked to leave.
The CBO also prohibits the 18 year old woman from acting or inciting others to act in an anti-social manner.
PC Sam West, neighbourhood supervisor for Aylesbury town centre, said: ‘This CBO that bans [the 18 year old woman] from the town centre for two years, amongst other conditions, sends a clear message that Thames Valley Police will deal robustly and resolutely with anyone who commits criminal and anti-social behaviour.
This order is part of a sentence for a number of convictions over the last six months during which [the 18 year old woman] has engaged in regular anti-social behaviour against a number of stores in the town. I would like to thank our partners and local businesses for their patience and co-operation. By working together, we were able to gather the necessary evidence to show the Court that the prohibitions were necessary to improve the quality of life of those that work and live within the town centre.‘