Worthing man convicted of violating Criminal Behavior Order five times

A MAN who repeatedly violated his Criminal Behavior Order (CBO) has been convicted.

Clive Mayhew was sentenced to two years in Worthing on January 12 after a series of offenses.

It banned him from being in possession of open containers of alcohol in a public place in West Sussex, from being intoxicated in public places and from causing harassment, alarm or distress.

However, the 61-year-old was caught by police in breach of conditions on five separate occasions in Worthing city center between May 18 and June 13.

The Argus: Clive Mayhew from WorthingClive Mayhew from Worthing

Mayhew was charged with five counts of breaching a criminal conduct order and appeared before Worthing Magistrates’ Court on 28 June.

He received another 12-month community directive, which includes six months of alcohol treatment and 15 rehab activity days.

He also had to pay a fine of £80, costs of £85 and a victim’s surcharge of £95.

His CBO remains in place.

Police Constable Rob Luff of the Adur and Worthing Neighborhood Policing Team said: “When we sought a CBO against Mayhew, our goal was not to criminalize him but to protect the public and ourselves from further crime. This aligns with one of our priorities, which is protecting communities.

“We hope this additional community order will help provide him with the help and support he needs to battle his addiction.”

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