Ely Teenager Admits Breaking The Terms Of His ASBO

PUBLISHED: 13:07 30 January 2009 | UPDATED: 10:43 04 May 2010

AN Ely teenager broke the terms of his anti-social behaviour order by being drunk in the city. He ran away from police, and that made officers suspicious, his solicitor Lowri Roberts told magistrates. Officers spoke to him and realised he was slightly

AN Ely teenager broke the terms of his anti-social behaviour order by being drunk in the city.

"He ran away from police, and that made officers suspicious," his solicitor Lowri Roberts told magistrates.

"Officers spoke to him and realised he was slightly intoxicated. He co-operated with police, but was sick. When apprehended by police he was put down on the floor, he was not sick because he was intoxicated."

"He had drunk four bottles of lager. He was well aware of the terms of his ASBO, and knew he could not get drunk in a public place. He had not been out shouting or swearing or fighting.

"No harassment, alarm or distress was caused or intended."

Jones, 18, of Windmill Close, Ely, admitted breaching his two-year ASBO on November 21.

He was fined £200 and told to pay £100 costs and a £15 surcharge.

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