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Woman breaches court order for 18th time

PUBLISHED: 18:17 01 August 2018 | UPDATED: 18:20 01 August 2018

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

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

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A Great Yarmouth woman has appeared in court charged with breaching a criminal behaviour order for the 18th time.

Tracey Slade was given the 12 month order in April that banned her from entering the town centre and the Sandown Road area at certain times due to her persistent drunk and disorderly behaviour.

On Wednesday she admitted breaching the order for the 18th time after she was spotted on CCTV in King Street on July 25 and was seen sitting on a bench.

The court heard Slade, 46, of Stephenson Road, had serious alcohol problems and due to personal circumstances kept breaching the order to get hot food from the town centre.

Calvin Saker, mitigating, said Slade had not committed any more offences linked to the order and it was hoped the order would be modified at a later date to enable Slade to reach certain location without making further breaches.

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