THE oldest woman in Chester to receive an ASBO has been jailed for five weeks after breaching the order.
Christine Stanley, 62, of Pearl Lane, Vicars Cross, was made the subject of a four-year anti-social behaviour order at Chester Magistrates Court in April.
Under the order, Stanley, an alcoholic, was forbidden to act in an anti-social way that is likely to cause distress or encourage others to do the same.
She was not allowed to be in possession of an unsealed container of alcohol in any public place or enter any driveway, garden, shed or garage in Pearl Lane, Chester, without prior permission of the landlord, tenant or owner-occupier.
She was also banned from making excessive noise, voluntarily lying down on a public highway or positioning herself on the highway in a way that unnecessarily and unreasonably places others in potential danger or harm.
Stanley was prohibited from contacting the emergency services in a manner likely to cause distress, nuisance, harassment or alarm unless it is an emergency, whereby there is a potentially dangerous or life-threatening situation requiring immediate action.
Stanley was also banned from approaching, threatening, intimidating or communicating directly or indirectly with two named witnesses.
On July 27, Stanley appeared in court charged with two counts of breaching the order, one on June 24 and another on July 25.
On July 25 she breached her ASBO by being on a driveway in Pearl Lane without permission, while on June 24 she was adjudged to have contacted the emergency services in a manner likely to cause distress, nuisance, harassment or alarm when there was no emergency.