Asbo man breaches order for fifth time

Gary Harrison

Gary Harrison

First published in Sutton Your Local Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , Assistant Editor

A 54-year-old man has been jailed again after breaching his Antisocial behaviour order (Asbo) for the fifth time in just over four months.

Gary Harrison, of no fixed abode, who is banned from entering Carshalton and Wallington town centre after repeated incidents of antisocial behaviour, was sentenced to eight weeks in prison by Croydon magistrates on Monday, March 5.

He pleaded guilty after being found by police at an address in Talbot Road, Carshalton, on Saturday, March 3.

He received the five-year Asbo on October 26 last year, when he appeared at Croydon Magistrates Court, charged with harassing a woman in Wallington.

But he has breached it on multiple occasions since - being jailed for a total of 36 weeks.

He has breached the Asbo again within days of his release from prison each time.

His breaches include being found drunk in Wallington town centre, and being fond sleeping a small shelter in a back garden in Talbot Road.

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12:57pm Tue 13 Mar 12

mr-bjp says...

Eight weeks in prison - He wont change, he should spend the rest of his five year asbo in prison. Again, the courts are useless.
Eight weeks in prison - He wont change, he should spend the rest of his five year asbo in prison. Again, the courts are useless. mr-bjp
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3:15pm Tue 13 Mar 12

well well says...

POOR SOD GOT NO WHERE TO LIVE THATS WHY HE KEEPS BREAKING HIS CONDITIONS IS EVERYONE BLIND OR JUST TOO FAR UP THEIR OWN ARSE EH MR BJB
POOR SOD GOT NO WHERE TO LIVE THATS WHY HE KEEPS BREAKING HIS CONDITIONS IS EVERYONE BLIND OR JUST TOO FAR UP THEIR OWN ARSE EH MR BJB well well
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3:26pm Tue 13 Mar 12

mr-bjp says...

well well wrote:
POOR SOD GOT NO WHERE TO LIVE THATS WHY HE KEEPS BREAKING HIS CONDITIONS IS EVERYONE BLIND OR JUST TOO FAR UP THEIR OWN ARSE EH MR BJB
Assaulting a woman, drunk, trespassing in someones garden. All reasons why he should be locked up.
[quote][p][bold]well well[/bold] wrote: POOR SOD GOT NO WHERE TO LIVE THATS WHY HE KEEPS BREAKING HIS CONDITIONS IS EVERYONE BLIND OR JUST TOO FAR UP THEIR OWN ARSE EH MR BJB[/p][/quote]Assaulting a woman, drunk, trespassing in someones garden. All reasons why he should be locked up. mr-bjp
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3:41pm Tue 13 Mar 12

well well says...

all things he is doing to get locked up and why.................
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......HE GETS A BED AND A MEAL THERE DOH
all things he is doing to get locked up and why................. .................... ......HE GETS A BED AND A MEAL THERE DOH well well
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6:30pm Tue 13 Mar 12

Krissi says...

seems like someone needs to find this guy a hostel, rehab,or somewhere to live, or he's going to be stuck in this cycle of bad behaviour, and will cost the taxpayer tons of money to keep bringing him to court or imprisoning him
seems like someone needs to find this guy a hostel, rehab,or somewhere to live, or he's going to be stuck in this cycle of bad behaviour, and will cost the taxpayer tons of money to keep bringing him to court or imprisoning him Krissi
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9:06pm Tue 13 Mar 12

Monstermunch17 says...

Well said Krissi, Well Well - nice to see a bit of humanity still left on these boards.

Mr-BJP - a homeless man found in a shelter, is not trespassing, the same way a starving man who takes bread is not stealing.

And remember Proudhon : 'La Propriete, c'est le vol' - property is theft.
Well said Krissi, Well Well - nice to see a bit of humanity still left on these boards. Mr-BJP - a homeless man found in a shelter, is not trespassing, the same way a starving man who takes bread is not stealing. And remember Proudhon : 'La Propriete, c'est le vol' - property is theft. Monstermunch17
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8:43pm Wed 14 Mar 12

surrey-L says...

hes only re offending so he gets a roof over his head which is sad! He clearly needs help of some sort! And giving him a council flat, counselling etc will cost much less than taking him to court weekly, locking him up every few months & weekly bail meetings!

But the violence i cannot condone!! and he is tresspassing if he has gone into someones property without consent- section 61-80
albeit a garden shed or someones house!

Just coz i have roots doesnt mean i can go steal some hair dye!!
hes only re offending so he gets a roof over his head which is sad! He clearly needs help of some sort! And giving him a council flat, counselling etc will cost much less than taking him to court weekly, locking him up every few months & weekly bail meetings! But the violence i cannot condone!! and he is tresspassing if he has gone into someones property without consent- section 61-80 albeit a garden shed or someones house! Just coz i have roots doesnt mean i can go steal some hair dye!! surrey-L
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9:40pm Wed 14 Mar 12

Monstermunch17 says...

Surrey-L : let's hope you never need shelter, which I would argue is more of a basic human right than access to hair care. No need to quote laws - worth thinking about the spirit behind them.
Surrey-L : let's hope you never need shelter, which I would argue is more of a basic human right than access to hair care. No need to quote laws - worth thinking about the spirit behind them. Monstermunch17
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2:03pm Thu 15 Mar 12

mr-bjp says...

Surrey-L thanks for clarifying the trespassing for the ill-informed Monstermunch17. Well well, I think it's you that is so far up your own arse. If yourself and Monstermunch17 were harassed by this drunkard and had him trespassing in your gardens, you would be the first to complain.
Surrey-L thanks for clarifying the trespassing for the ill-informed Monstermunch17. Well well, I think it's you that is so far up your own arse. If yourself and Monstermunch17 were harassed by this drunkard and had him trespassing in your gardens, you would be the first to complain. mr-bjp
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