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A Newport man has been given a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) in a bid to curb his anti-social behaviour.
Liam Brabham, 28, was made the subject of the CBO order at Newport Magistrates' Court on Wednesday 28 June 2023.
The order states:
PC Michael Hiscox, Crime And Disorder Reduction Officer from the Newport neighbourhood policing team, said:
“Brabham’s persistent anti-social behaviour has had a detrimental effect on the local community. We know the order will be welcomed by those working and living in Newport.
“Applying for a CBO is always a last resort. Before then, we work with our partners to try and engage and support individuals such as Brabham.
“We are committed to making Newport a safe and pleasant place for all and enforcing this order is a part of that."
Anyone who sees Brabham breaching this order should call 101, or DM us on Facebook or Twitter.
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