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Midhurst man receives ASBO
Location - Midhurst, West Sussex
Date Added - 25 October 2011
Police ref - PR37472-2011

A man has been given an Anti-Social Behaviour Order which prevents him from drinking alcohol in any public place in the Midhurst area.
Matthew Kemp, 32, of Bepton Road, Midhurst, was been given the three-year ASBO at Chichester Magistrates' Court on Tuesday 25 October.
Kemp's ASBO conditions, which last until October 25, 2014, are-
1. Matthew Kemp must not drink alcohol or be in possession of an opened container of alcohol in any place in which the public has access in the district of Midhurst, West Sussex.
2. Matthew Kemp must not associate with a named individual from the Midhurst area
Anyone who sees Kemp breaching these conditions is asked to contact Sussex Police on 0845 60 70 999.
Sergeant Jon Chapman of Midhurst Neighbourhood Policing Team said- "This order will serve to curtail the anti-social behaviour associated with excessive drinking in public and reinforces our message to street-drinkers. I am pleased that we are following through such orders to maintain the peace within the area of Midhurst".
The ASBO was issued as a 'bolt on' after Kemp was convicted for a shoplifting offence. He also has convictions for public order and assault.


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