Vagrant accused of breaching order on day it was imposed

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A MAN is due to appear before magistrates accused of breaching a court order on the day it was imposed.

Aleksandras Liesys, 43, of no fixed abode, was made the subject of an anti-social behaviour order (Asbo) at King’s Lynn Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday (September 19).

The interim order was granted after the court heard allegations of drunken and anti-social behaviour by Liesys in Wisbech.

However, he will now appear at the same court on October 4 accused of breaching the Asbo later on Wednesday.

The court will hear Liesys was seen in Norfolk Street, an area from which he was prohibited by the order.

Officers have also served papers on Liesys, on behalf of the UK Border Agency, that state he will be considered for deportation.

The Asbo was imposed on Liesys on Wednesday as an interim until a full hearing on November 15.

It banned him from:

· Entering or remaining in an area covering Wisbech town centre between 8am and 8pm but does not include the Job Centre or Probation Service Office.

· Having in his possession an open container of alcohol in a public place in the area covered by the designated public places order (DPPO), unless in a licensed premises.

· Being drunk in any public place in the DPPO area.

· Swearing or making abusive or threatening comments or gestures to any person in Wisbech.

· Entering or remaining in Norfolk Street, Wisbech.