Forest man breached suspended sentence but avoids jail

Thursday 24th February 2022 5:00 pm
Cheltenham Magistrates Court
(Gloucestershire News Service )

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A 55-year-old man who swore at a neighbour has escaped jail despite breaching a suspended prison sentence.

Anthony Evans, now of no fixed abode also ignored a criminal behaviour order.

Cheltenham magistrates imposed another six-week prison term which was suspended.

Appearing at Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court on February 10, Evans was also ordered to pay £328 in costs and surcharges.

He pleaded guilty to breaching orders made in August last year after swearing at a neighbour.

The offence took place on October 17.

The act was in breach of the criminal order made against him in October 2019 for offences of using threatening behaviour, harassment, sending an indecent or grossly offensive letter and sending offensive electronic communications or voicemails.

The magistrates imposed a six-week prison term, suspended for a year.

It will run consecutively with a sentence passed last August.,

The magistrates varied the criminal behaviour order by barring him from going to an address in Aylburton, or communicating with anyone associated with that address.

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