Domestic abuser given suspended sentence for breaching injunction after just two days in Aylesbury

The 37-year-old was handed a suspended sentence for breaking his anti-social behaviour injunction in Aylesbury.
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Przemyslaw Lazar, aged 37, of no fixed abode, was arrested on 14 April this year after he attended the address of one of the victims.

He was arrested in Brooks Mews, after visiting an address his injunction states he couldn't go to.

He was charged the following day with breaching the injunction, and pleaded guilty at Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court.

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Przemyslaw Lazar

Last Friday on April 23 at the same court, Lazar was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment, suspended for two years.

The original injunction, which was granted by Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court on 12 April this year, was in place due to Lazar’s involvement in domestic abuse against two victims in Aylesbury and due to aggressive and violent behaviour towards police officers.

Officers were alerted to Lazar's unauthorised presence at the address by local reports of a disturbance in the area. When the Thames Valley Police officers arrived on the scene he was hiding behind furniture in a bedroom.

The 37-year-old was arrested on the spot and charged with breaching the injunction, which is in place until April 11 2022.

Investigating officer PC Julie Price, based at Aylesbury police station, said: “Lazar breached this injunction within two days of it being imposed, and he has now been sentenced to a suspended term of imprisonment at court as a result.

“The injunction is in place to prevent further incidents of anti-social behaviour, and I hope that this suspended prison term will make Lazar think again before repeating any of the behaviour that resulted in the injunction in the first place.

“Thames Valley Police do not tolerate such behaviour and will always seek appropriate action to prevent this from occurring in our communities.”

A Thames Valley Police spokesperson outlined the details of the injunction, these are the things Lazar can't do:

-"Engage in disorderly behaviour, such as shouting, verbal abuse, use foul language or threatening behaviour towards any person, including police officers and employees of the Chief Constable in any public place.

-"Engage in the use or threatened use of violence of aggressive behaviour towards any person, including police officers and employees of the Chief Constable.

-"Fail to follow reasonable requests given by police officers or employees of the Chief Constable.

-"Enter the area surrounding Brooks Mews, Aylesbury.

-"Enter the area surrounding Cleveland Road, Aylesbury.

-"Enter the area surrounding Bearbrook School, Aylesbury."

Also, Lazar must not instruct or encourage any other person to do anything that he is forbidden to do by the terms of the order.