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Woman banned from Hogs Back petrol station

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Woman banned from Hogs Back petrol station

Published at 11:49am 4th April 2018.

A woman from Tongham has been in court after breaching an order to stop her begging at a petrol station along the A31 Hogs Back. 

She appeared at Guildford County Court on 21 March for breaching her ASB Injunction.

Julie Ann Stevens first received this Injunction on 6 October 2017 at Guildford County Court.

It stop her from begging within 20 miles of her home address, admitted to approaching a member of public for money at the petrol station on 14 January 2018.

The Judge accepted that Ms Stevens was remorseful and accepted her assurances she would not breach the Order again.

She was sentenced to time already spent in custody following her arrest, so this sentence has been deemed served.

The Judge commented that she was also imposing an additional prohibition, preventing Stevens from attending the Esso Petrol Station on the Hogs Back, “to prevent further harassment of the public.”

Joanna Grimshaw, from the Anti-Social Behaviour Team at Surrey Police said: “Julie Ann Stevens is well known in the area and it is thanks to the local community that she was caught breaching her conditions.

"We need to send a strong message to those who seek to break their Injunctions and we would urge members of the public to alert us to any further breaches in the future.”


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