Mother and son given Anti-Social Behaviour Civil Injunction – Aylesbury
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Following an investigation by Thames Valley Police, a mother and son have been given an Anti-Social Behaviour Civil Injunction in Aylesbury.
Tina Lean, aged 54, of Belgrave Road in Aylesbury, and Jamie Power, aged 31, of Freemantle Road in Aylesbury, are both subject to the injunction, which lasts until 28 September 2024.
The injunction forbids Lean from:
Being in a private dwelling or any paid accommodation with Power;
Encouraging Power to breach the terms of the injunction.
Meanwhile, the injunction forbids Power:
From being in paid accommodation with Lean;
Using any threatening or abusive language towards Lean;
Using any violence against any person;
Entering Belgrave Road in Aylesbury;
Entering any hotel in Aylesbury, High Wycombe, or Hemel Hempstead, unless placed there for emergency housing by the Council or a recognised housing provider;
Failing to obey any instructions given by Police Officers or Police Community Support Officers.
Investigating officer PC Glen Crosland, of the Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “It is with great reluctance that Thames Valley Police has had to resort to such extreme measures to protect the public and protect Tina Lean and Jamie Power from each other. However, despite offers of support, Lean and Power have refused to engage.
“The force has received numerous reports of anti-social behaviour carried out by both Lean and Power, from members of the public, business owners, NHS staff, and other emergency service personnel.
“These reports include Lean and Power calling emergency services, when there was no support needed, as well as being abusive and often violent behaviour towards the public and each other.”
The injunction was granted at Milton Keynes County Court on 28 September this year, but there were reporting restrictions in place, which have now been lifted.