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Reading Magistrates' Court: Kintbury man defied court curfew



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A MAN has been brought back to the dock for breaking a court-imposed curfew order.

Earlier this year Alex Richard Stalker, who was then living at North View Heights in Hungerford, was convicted of assaulting Shane Allen by beating him in Newbury on Friday, March 18.

He also has numerous previous convictions, the court heard.

Reading Magistrates Courts. (55914720)
Reading Magistrates Courts. (55914720)

The 28-year-old, who now lives at Gainsborough Avenue, Kintbury, was made subject to a community penalty with a condition that he observe a home curfew, monitored by electronic tag, for six weeks between 7pm and 7am.

But on Monday, July 11, Mr Stalker was back in the dock at Reading Magistrates' Court, where he admitted breaching the curfew five times on various dates in May, with a total time violation of more than 12 hours.

Magistrates did not re-sentence but fined Mr Stalker £80 with £80 costs.



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