Case dismissed

PUBLISHED: 12:09 02 August 2007 | UPDATED: 12:43 04 May 2010

THE Crown Prosecution Service has dropped an allegation that former Ely teenager Faye Szulc breached the terms of her anti social behaviour order. Szulc, 18, who was given an ASBO in June last year, had had denied she breached the order by using abusive o

THE Crown Prosecution Service has dropped an allegation that former Ely teenager Faye Szulc breached the terms of her anti social behaviour order.

Szulc, 18, who was given an ASBO in June last year, had had denied she breached the order by using abusive or insulting words in Ely on November 30 last year.

Szulc told the court she is now living in Downham Market.


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