Aylesbury police ban woman from drinking alcohol in a public place

A police team in Aylesbury has assisted with issuing a criminal banning order to a woman of no fixed abode.

By James Lowson
Thursday, 28th April 2022, 11:49 am

The Thames Valley Police neighbourhood team based in Aylesbury has issued a banning order in Milton Keynes for Sasha Martin.

The 29-year-old was given the order at a hearing in High Wycombe Magistrates Court on Monday (25 April).

It lasts for five years and means that Martin, must not: remain on any land or premises having been asked to leave by the owner or occupier.

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Sasha Martin

She can’t consume or be in possession of an open container or vessel of alcohol within a public place.

Martin is not allowed in the area of North Ninth & North Tenth Street and Silbury Boulevard in Milton Keynes.

PC Sarah McCarthy said: “The Aylesbury Neighbourhood Policing Team has been working with the Milton Keynes Neighbourhood Policing Team and have jointly applied for this application following a number of incidents of anti-social behaviour involving Sasha Martin in Aylesbury and Milton Keynes.

“This order demonstrates that we will not tolerate behaviour which has a detrimental effect on people’s livelihood or business.

“I hope this order shows that we will use any tool available to us in order to stop those who seeks to engage in abusive, threatening or physical abuse against other members of the community.”