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Jail for Mansfield woman who breached CBO

January 10, 2019
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A 43-year-old woman has been sentenced to 24 weeks in prison after officers found her in breach of her Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) by being in the town centre.

Amanda Gamblin, of Harrop White Road, appeared at Nottingham Magistrates' court on Tuesday (8 January 2019) where she pleaded guilty to the offence.

She was given the CBO in April last year after committing a series of violent and antisocial behaviour incidents in public places in and around Mansfield.

The order bans her from the town centre and she must not act or encourage others to act in a way that's likely to impact on others within the district. It's in place for three years.

Neighbourhood Inspector Nick Butler said: "Unfortunately Gamblin doesn't want to engage with us and shows complete disregard for the law when she keeps breaching the requirements laid out for her. Her behaviour has negatively impacted on a number of people and businesses in the town and we simply can't tolerate it."

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