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Judge tells man told to 'go down south'

 
September 28th 2009
 
A homeless man caught in breach of his anti-social behaviour order (Asbo) has been told to move out of East Yorkshire and "go down south", a local newspaper has reported.

The Beverly Local reported at the beginning of May that John Bernard Martindale, known locally as Bernie, had been told to move south on his release from prison. He had been caught drinking alcohol in public, having been released from a jail sentence imposed at Hull Crown Court in February for another breach of his ASBO in January. It was his eighth breach of the court order.

East Riding Judge Michael Mettyear told him to "go down south when you get out and leave us alone up here," as he sentenced the man to three months in prison. When he was jailed in February, Martindale had said he intended to move south and stay with family there.
 
 
 

June 2009

 

Contents

The Mayor's year

Just getting by

Gatekeeping protest

Who wants to know?

Olympic legacy

A death and a near miss

Investigating Novas

Big Issue vendor killed

Judge tells man told to 'go down south'

Brighton authorities back out of LGBT funding

Hope House triples to cope with demand

Camden 'cuts' rough sleeping to single figures

Worthing beggar beaten and left for dead

Little House on the Pallet

Families in Wales lose out

Peyroux plays Endell Street

Polish shelter fire kills 23

Mortgage Rescue Scheme flounders

Homeless on display at Chelsea

Hackney hostel facelift

Needlestick injuries, part 2

You looking at my bird?

Free dental care in Glasgow

Edinburgh homeless numbers rise

Funding slashed

Rural homeless

Right to buy scrapped

Revamped services in Edinburgh

US handouts

 

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