Teenager denies breaching ASBO

PUBLISHED: 11:29 19 July 2007 | UPDATED: 12:39 04 May 2010

TEENAGER Faye Szulc has denied that she breached the terms of her ASBO, by threatening to punch another person in the face if they failed to pay a debt. Eighteen-year-old Szulc, who recently moved house from Clayway, Ely, to Stubbs Close, Downham Market,

TEENAGER Faye Szulc has denied that she breached the terms of her ASBO, by threatening to punch another person in the face if they failed to pay a debt.

Eighteen-year-old Szulc, who recently moved house from Clayway, Ely, to Stubbs Close, Downham Market, was given a two-year anti social behaviour order on June 8 last year.

Under the terms of the order she must not:

# Enter Prior's Court, Ely;

# Engage in behaviour that causes, or is likely to cause, nuisance, harassment, alarm or distress to others, or is threatening or abusive or insulting to others in Ely or Soham.

It is alleged that Szulc breached her ASBO in Ely on June 4. City magistrates gave her unconditional bail until her trial at Ely Magistrates' Court, on August 16.

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