A NOISY neighbour who breached her criminal ASBO has had the order extended for two years.
Mandy Welsh, 47, appeared at West Cheshire Magistrates’ Court to be sentenced for two breaches of her earlier CRASBO, which involved causing a noise nuisance to her neighbour.
Welsh must not use offensive, abusive or threatening language which can be heard by a person not living at the same address as her within the Cheshire West and Chester area.
She is also banned from creating any noise that can be heard by any neighbours between 10.30pm and 6am including shouting, operating the television and radio and banging on the doors and walls of the property.
The initial order, which was granted for two years in December 2010, was close to expiring but the extended CRASBO now runs until December 9, 2014.
CRASBOs are anti-social behaviour orders made on the back of criminal convictions.
A spokesman for the Ellesmere Port and Neston Anti-Social Behaviour Unit who dealt with the complaints against Welsh, of Maple Avenue, Ellesmere Port, said: “Breaches of anti-social behaviour orders are closely monitored and actioned by the anti-social behaviour unit.
“If a person subject to an anti-social behaviour order continues to be convicted of breaching the ASBO then the necessary action will be taken and consideration will by given to extending their ASBO.
“Criminal convictions for breaches of ASBOs rely on the community being willing to give evidence and thanks to those who are willing to support their community by refusing to tolerate anti-social behaviour.”
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