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Great Yarmouth woman banned from town centre following drunk and disorderly offences

PUBLISHED: 10:25 16 April 2018 | UPDATED: 14:41 16 April 2018

Tracey Slade has received a CBO following persistent drunk and disorderly offences in Great Yarmouth. Picture: Norfolk Police

Tracey Slade has received a CBO following persistent drunk and disorderly offences in Great Yarmouth. Picture: Norfolk Police

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A Great Yarmouth woman has been issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) for persistent drunk and disorderly offences.

Beach Coach Station Car Park, where Ms Slade had previously been warned about her anti-social behaviour. Picture: Anthony CarrollBeach Coach Station Car Park, where Ms Slade had previously been warned about her anti-social behaviour. Picture: Anthony Carroll

Tracey Slade, 46, from Stephenson Close, was handed a one year CBO at Great Yarmouth Magistrates Court on Wednesday, April 11.

The court heard how Ms Slade had previously been issued with a Community Protection Warning (CPW) stating she was not to consume alcohol in the Market Place.

She had also been arrested on numerous occasions for drunk and disorderly offences and been warned about the anti-social behaviour she was causing in the Beach Coach Station area.

The provisions set out in the CBO state that Ms Slade is not to:

· Act in a way that is likely to cause distress to the public, including the use of abusive or threatening language or behaviours against anyone

· Be in possession of any open container of alcohol in a public place

· Enter an exclusion zone in the town centre between 9.30am - 4pm or a further zone between Euston Road and Sandown Road at any time

Slade was also fined £75 and ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £30.

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