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By Tristan Harris Tuesday 04 February 2014 Updated: 04/02 21:26
A PERSISTENT South Birmingham criminal who was banned from Frankley Services for two years in October has already breached the order forbidding him from going there.
Steven Hegarty, 41, of Kintore Croft, Bartley Green, was handed the Criminal Anti-Social Behaviour Order (CRASBO) on October 15 for harrassing staff and making customers' lives a misery.
And on Tuesday (February 4), Hegarty was back at Redditch Magistrates Court after going to Frankley Services on January 8 and 15.
On the one occasion, the court heard how he verbally abused the police officers who attended.
Hegarty pleaded guilty to breaching the order and was given bail until he attends crown court on March 7.
Hegarty had previously been warned that failure to comply with the CRASBO could see him jailed and District Judge Nigel Cadbury told him that being given bail now was no indication to the sentence he would receive at crown court.
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