Curfew case adjourned

PUBLISHED: 12:41 24 January 2008 | UPDATED: 10:01 04 May 2010

ELY teenager Faye Szulc is alleged to have breached the terms of her curfew order by removing her electronic tag between January 12 and 13. Szulc, 19, of Christopher Tye Close, was given the curfew order in November of last year, after admitting offences

ELY teenager Faye Szulc is alleged to have breached the terms of her curfew order by removing her electronic tag between January 12 and 13.

Szulc, 19, of Christopher Tye Close, was given the curfew order in November of last year, after admitting offences of trespassing on the railway, breaching her anti social behaviour order and stealing two bottles of spirits from a supermarket.

Her case was adjourned for seven days by city magistrates on Thursday.


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