A man, whose anti-social behaviour was having a significant impact on residents and retailers in Sandbach, has been handed a Criminal Behaviour Order for two years.
Nathan Tarry, 33, from Middlewich Road, Sandbach had the order imposed on him by South and East Cheshire Magistrates following a string of incidents from public order offences to carrying knives.
The order prevents him from behaving in an anti-social manner, using foul, abusive offensive or threatening behaviour, attempting to enter vehicles without permission, refusing to leave shop, commercial premises or licensed or hospital premises if asked to leave.
He is also prohibited from going into Sandbach businesses which he has been banned from entering, which are The Glasshouse, Aldi, the Co-op in Middlewich Road.
PC Mark Cook said: “Tarry has been causing issues in Sandbach for the past few months and was having a significant impact on the community. Securing this Criminal Behaviour Order means that we can prevent further issues making Sandbach a better place to live, work and visit. If he breaches he will face going to prison.”
Laura Woodrow-Hirst anti-social behaviour team leader for Cheshire East said: “We will continue to target people who behave in this way in Eastern Cheshire and are committed to doing this through working together with police and other agencies.”
The Order was granted on 14 October 2016.