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Ashfield resident sentenced for breaching injunction order

An Ashfield resident has been convicted for breaching his injunction order on three occasions.

Reegan Allsop, 23 of Brierley Road, Sutton was subject to an Injunction Order granted by Mansfield County Court on 12 August 2020.  This was due to persistent Anti-Social Behaviour at his partner’s property. Neighbours had reported ongoing issues of noise nuisance on a daily basis with shouting, screaming, foul language and banging taking place at his partners property in Selston.

Allsop breached the injunction order by visiting his partner’s property on three occasions between 20th – 22nd September 2020, which he was not permitted to do as part of the injunction order. Whilst there he continued to cause further nuisance and distress to neighbours.

Following the breaches of the Injunction Order, the Council pursued court action and Allsop appeared at Mansfield County Court on 23rd September 2020 where he received a 14 day suspended sentence, suspended for six months.

In Order remains in place and the Council’s Anti-social Behaviour team will continue to work to ensure there is no further nuisance caused to neighbours.

Cllr Helen-Ann Smith, Cabinet Member for Community Safety said

“This conviction shows that we will not tolerate anti-social behaviour from any residents. Reegan Allsop thought he could get away breaching his injunction, and has instead received a suspended sentence. We will not tolerate one person making their neighbours lives a misery.
“The Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour team are working hard to tackle nuisance neighbours, and anyone who thinks they can get will get away with behaving this way is wrong.”