Wisbech menace due once more before the courts accused of breaching ASBO

16:34 08 November 2012

Aleksandras Liesys who got an Asbo

Aleksandras Liesys who got an Asbo

Archant

A Wisbech man with a history of drunken and abusive behaviour will appear before magistrates accused of breaching a court order later this month.

Aleksandras Liesys, 43, of no fixed abode, was made the subject of an interim ASBO at Kings Lynn Magistrates’ Court on September 19.

The anti-social behaviour order banned him from entering Wisbech town centre between 8am and 8pm, drinking in public or being abusive towards others.

His hearing will take place before the same court on November 22.

Police have served papers on Liesys, on behalf of the Border Agency, that state he will be considered for deportation.

0 comments

Yesterday, 20:56
Westwood School shed fire

A fire tonight in the games shed of Westwood Community Junior School tonight has destroyed a quantity of sports equipment.

07:23
Action on Energy

Landlords are being urged to cash in on grants of up to £8,000 that are on offer to help them make draughty homes warmer and drive down their energy bills.

Yesterday, 10:43
Matthew Ward and tutor Adrian Kent with his Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award

Student Matthew Ward had a date with royalty recently when he picked up his Gold Duke of Edinburgh award in a prestigious ceremony at St James’ Palace, London.

Yesterday, 18:36
G’s Beetroot March won a national award in fork lift truck safety for (Safe Site) at the International Centre in Telford. Picture: Steve Williams.

A Fenland factory is home to the safest fork lift site in the UK after it won a national award.

Most read stories

Most commented stories

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Cambs Times e-edition today E-edition