ASBO given to “abusive” 48-year-old Essex man
A DUNMOW man has been given an ASBO after causing “harassment, alarm and distress” to local businesses owners.
Michael Duncan, 48, from St Edmunds Lane, was given the anti-social behaviour order by Essex Police on Friday (September 17) after also behaving in the same way around the general public, including residents and visitors to the town.
As a result he is now prohibited from:
Having an open vessel of alcohol in a public place, anywhere in Essex;
Using threatening insulting, intimidating or abusive words or behaviour towards anyone employed or living in Uttlesford;
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Entering Church End in Great Dunmow, or approaching Daniel Robinsons and Sons, Haslers Lane, unless walking directly to or from the Open Church;
Entering areas of Thaxted as defined on a map;
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And, contacting the emergency services via 999, unless reporting a genuine emergency.