Curfew relaxed to Manea man can take his holiday

PUBLISHED: 17:17 21 July 2010

JUST a week after magistrates imposed a curfew on Manea man Darren Bishop, they relaxed it so he could go off on holiday.

On July 14, Bishop was convicted of assaulting a man at the Rose and Crown in Manea.

He was given a four month curfew, keeping him at home in Station Road between 7pm and 7am. He was also given a licensed premises exclusion order.

But seven days later Bishop returned to court, and asked for the curfew to be varied, so he could take a chalet holiday between July 24 and 31.

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