A man who has committed numerous public order offences and assaults in Worksop town centre whilst drunk has been banned from licensed premises for two years.
Eifion Watson, 21, of Stilwell Gardens, Worksop has been made subject to a Criminal Behaviour Order by Mansfield Magistrates Court.
The order prevents Watson from entering licensed premises in the town centre, as he commits the majority of his crimes under the influence of alcohol. It also prevents him from being with certain people in the area.
The terms of the order are to not enter any licensed premises including all outside spaces belonging to the licensed premises within an exclusion area, enter or remain on Queen Street, Worksop, be in possession of an open container of alcohol, in any public place within an exclusion area or be drunk in any place within an exclusion area.
PC Julie Armstrong said: “Since the age of 13, Watson has shown no regard for the law.
“His offences have made the people of Worksop fear for their safety, and his prolific offending takes up a large amount time for both the police and the judicial system.
“This Criminal Behaviour Order will hopefully give Watson a period in which he can turn his life around. It is also key to remember that if he breaches this order, he will commit a criminal offence for which he may receive a custodial sentence.”