Failing To Keep Appointments With Probation Service Landed Sutton Man With Supervision Order

PUBLISHED: 15:16 04 December 2009 | UPDATED: 11:08 04 May 2010

FAILING to keep appointments with the probation service landed Sutton man Paul Green with a new12-month supervision order this week. And presiding magistrate Mary Rone warned 32-year-old Green: if you do not comply you could go inside. Green was also or

FAILING to keep appointments with the probation service landed Sutton man Paul Green with a new12-month supervision order this week.

And presiding magistrate Mary Rone warned 32-year-old Green: "if you do not comply you could go inside."

Green was also ordered to take part in the Thinking Skills programme, after admitting that he missed previous programme appointments.

Last month, Green, 32, of Saffron Piece, admitted missing an appointment with the probation service on May 26.

This week he further admitted missing appointments on November 17 and 18.

"He did try to attend but he was late," Maxine Bailey from the probation service told the Ely court. "He had difficulty getting to Cambridge on time.


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