A persistent drunk who was only last week sentenced to a Criminal Behaviour Order (CrimBO) has appeared in court after breaking her order already.
Tracey Partington (33) of Willow Crescent, Sutton, was sentenced to the order in an effort to kerb her offending whilst drunk.
On Sunday night, 14th June, she was arrested for breaching the order after being drunk and disorderly in Sutton town centre.
On Monday afternoon she appeared at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court.
Partington was sentenced to a concurrent community rehabilitation order and warned that any further breaches of the order will likely lead to a custodial sentence. She must also pay a fine and costs.
Partington has persistently acted in a drunk and disorderly manner, including assaulting police constables, was made subject of a three-year CrimBO – a Criminal Behaviour Order.
She must not be in possession of an open vessel of alcohol in any public place in the district of Sutton and Mansfield.
Also, she is unable to enter any pub or licensed club withiin Sutton or Mansfield without approval of the designated premises supervisor, be drunk in a public place, and act in a manner that causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to any person.
The order comes following drunken and violent behaviour committed over the past 14 months, including 17 instances of drunk and disorderly behaviour and four instances of assault including two against police constables.
Chief Insp Neil Williams said: “It is Partington’s persistent and frequent drink fuelled disorderly behaviour that has led to this order being imposed.
“Her behaviour has resulted in calls from members of the public and from numerous publicans.
“Police arrival has been met by a torrent of abuse and, on a number of occasions, assaults on police officers.
“We hope the Criminal Behaviour Order and the Community Rehabilitation Order will encourage Partington to make changes to her behaviour which will benefit the communities of Sutton-in-Ashfield and Mansfield.”
Nottinghamshire Police would urge anyone in the community who witnesses a court order being broken to call 101.