Nursling man fined for refusing to obey Winchester police

Man fined for refusing to obey police

Man fined for refusing to obey police

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A REFUSAL to obey a policeman has cost a Hampshire man more than £300.

Lloyd Burden, 24, of Home Field Drive, Nursling, admitted refusing to leave St George’s Street, Winchester when ordered by a PC on January 5.

Magistrates in Basingstoke fined him £250 and ordered that he pay a victim surcharge of £25 plus £85 costs.

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12:20pm Wed 29 Jan 14

cliffwalker says...

It would be interesting to know the reason for the PC's order. Is that public knowledge?
It would be interesting to know the reason for the PC's order. Is that public knowledge? cliffwalker
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1:16pm Wed 29 Jan 14

From the sidelines says...

cliffwalker wrote:
It would be interesting to know the reason for the PC's order. Is that public knowledge?
I think you're expecting the Echo to come up with more than half a story.

Good luck with that.
[quote][p][bold]cliffwalker[/bold] wrote: It would be interesting to know the reason for the PC's order. Is that public knowledge?[/p][/quote]I think you're expecting the Echo to come up with more than half a story. Good luck with that. From the sidelines
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1:28pm Wed 29 Jan 14

sotonwinch09 says...

It would have been a section 27 dispersal order. Refusing to comply is an arrestable offence.
It would have been a section 27 dispersal order. Refusing to comply is an arrestable offence. sotonwinch09
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6:09pm Wed 29 Jan 14

forest hump says...

As he paid a victim surcharge it sounds like he was making a nuisance of himself
As he paid a victim surcharge it sounds like he was making a nuisance of himself forest hump
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10:55pm Wed 29 Jan 14

dolomiteman says...

forest hump wrote:
As he paid a victim surcharge it sounds like he was making a nuisance of himself
Oh FFS sake, what is it with the lack of knowledge over victim surcharge with the regular Echo commenters , it is paid by EVERYONE who is convicted in court.
[quote][p][bold]forest hump[/bold] wrote: As he paid a victim surcharge it sounds like he was making a nuisance of himself[/p][/quote]Oh FFS sake, what is it with the lack of knowledge over victim surcharge with the regular Echo commenters , it is paid by EVERYONE who is convicted in court. dolomiteman
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11:02pm Wed 29 Jan 14

dolomiteman says...

sotonwinch09 wrote:
It would have been a section 27 dispersal order. Refusing to comply is an arrestable offence.
Or a section 30 or he had an order banning him for a certain building.
[quote][p][bold]sotonwinch09[/bold] wrote: It would have been a section 27 dispersal order. Refusing to comply is an arrestable offence.[/p][/quote]Or a section 30 or he had an order banning him for a certain building. dolomiteman
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