ASBO for violent behaviour: Woman banned from visiting Olney

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A 22-year-old woman has been banned from visiting Olney for two years because of her violent behaviour.

Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court gave Lorraine Pile an anti-social behaviour order last week after she was convicted for attempted theft and common assault at the Tesco store in Olney.

Lorraine Pile

Lorraine Pile

She was also convicted of theft, criminal damage and a public order offence in Market Square.

The Magistrates’ felt an ASBO was “necessary to protect persons in England and Wales from further anti-social acts” when her behaviour turned to violence when challenged.

PC David Goodwin said: “Pile’s behaviour reached a peak in June 2014 with a series of offences in the Olney area. “In court, Pile agreed to the ASBO condition. It is hoped she now realises the impact of her behaviour on others.”

Members of the public are asked to contact Thames Valley Police on the 24-hour non-emergency number 101 to make a report should they see Pile breaching the ASBO.

The ASBO will expire on January 6, 2017.