Great Yarmouth woman handed Anti-Social Behaviour Order by court
A Great Yarmouth woman has been handed an Anti-Social Behaviour Order following multiple complaints from members of the public.
Norwich Magistrates' Court heard that a series of violent offences and criminal damage had taken place at the King Street home of Christina Sandells, 33.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council's Tenancy Services Team, working in partnership with Norfolk Police's Safer Neighbourhood Team, brought the case after a number of complaints about Sandells.
The order also means she is banned from block 101 - 102 King Street to protect residents from further threatening or abusive behaviour.
Speaking after the case, Councillor Graham Plant, Great Yarmouth Borough Council's portfolio holder for Operational Property and Asset Management, said: ''As always, I would like to thank people who report their experiences of Anti-Social Behaviour in the borough.
''This helps our Tenancy Services Team take the necessary action on behalf of our residents where repeated informal interventions, with a focus on support, fail to have an impact on unacceptable behaviour.
''It is always very positive to know that people in the town will work with us and support us when action is required to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour that blights the lives of those in our communities.''
If Sandells is found to have breached the Anti-Social Behaviour Order she could face a prison sentence of up to two years and/or an unlimited fine.