Prison sentence for Kimberly Griffiths after breaching terms of her injunction

Vale of Aylesbury Housing have secured the prosecution
Vale of Aylesbury Housing have secured the prosecution

A woman from Aylesbury has been sent to prison for breaching her Anti-social Behaviour Injunction.

A woman from Aylesbury has been sent to prison for breaching her Anti-social Behaviour Injunction.

Kimberley Griffiths, 35, was sentenced at Milton Keynes County Court (9 March) to 56 days imprisonment after breaching the terms of the injunction. The order was earlier applied for by Vale of Aylesbury Housing (The Trust) following allegations of theft and financial abuse towards elderly residents at an Independent Living Scheme.

The terms of the injunction prohibits Miss Griffiths from entering an excluded area surrounding the Independent Living Scheme and Silverdale Close, Aylesbury, and from approaching named persons.

Judge Brown heard the evidence captured by CCTV showing Miss Griffiths entering the Independent Living Scheme on Silverdale Close, Aylesbury, on three occasions between 5 February and 8 March 2017.

Olivia Jackson, of Vale of Aylesbury Housing, said: ‘In December 2015, our investigations showed that Kimberley Griffiths was involved in premeditated behaviour against some of our most vulnerable residents. The risk of harm presented by Miss Griffiths is high and the sentence passed down to this woman should send a strong message that we will not tolerate abuse of any kind.’