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Kidderminster man jailed for breach of CRASBO
8:57am Wednesday 4th December 2013 in News
A KIDDERMINSTER man has been jailed for three months for breaching his criminal anti social behaviour order (CRASBO).
An indefinite CRASBO against Jed Danell, 51, of Comberton Road, was granted by Kidderminster magistrates in June this year.
It prohibited him from entering any retail premises within the town centre, except for a named pharmacy. He was also banned from entering the Co-Op store, Franche Road, Kidderminster.
The court was told Danell stole to fund his drug habit and had several hundred convictions.
Worcester Magistrates Court jailed Danell for three months on Friday, November 29, after hearing the previous day he had gone in the Co-Op and stolen 20 packs of rib eye steaks worth £104. Danell admitted theft and breach of the CRASBO.
PC Andy Forbes of West Mercia Police said: “Earlier this month Danell was fined £200 for breaching his CRASBO and stealing packs of steak from Morrisons and Marks and Spencer.
“He clearly failed to learn his lesson from that as he then entered the Co-Op and concealed 20 packs of steak under his jacket.
“He will be spending Christmas in prison and we hope this sends out a clear message that breaches of ASBOs and CRASBOs are taken seriously and result in jail sentences.”