Troublemaker hit with five-year ban

Troublemaker hit with five-year ban

Christine Margaret Holleran

The exclusion zone which Holleran must not enter is marked in blue

First published in News

POLICE believe a court order imposed on a “prolific offender” will improve the quality of life for Northwich residents.

Christine Margaret Holleran, 51, of no fixed abode, was given a Criminal Anti-Social Behaviour Order (CRASBO) by Chester Magistrates Court.

The order will last for five years, and was imposed as a result of Holleran’s continuous offending in the Northwich area.

The CRASBO runs until July 2019, and Holleran will need to behave responsibly within the restrictions of the order or face arrest.

“Christine Holleran has been a prolific offender of anti-social behaviour in the Northwich area,” said PC Nicola Sharp from Cheshire Police’s Western Partnership Unit.

“The court order will prevent this woman from continuing her offending behaviour, and will have a positive impact on the quality of life for the residents of Northwich.

“The police and the council will not tolerate anyone causing harassment, alarm or distress that affects the residents of Northwich, and the Anti-Social Behaviour Unit will take positive action against any individual who persistently acts in this manner.”

Insp Paul Loughlin from Northwich Neighbourhood Policing Unit said the conditions imposed on Holleran were strict and very specific.

“Her behaviour, has, for a long time, been upsetting and of deep concern to the Northwich community,” he said.

“The CRASBO issued against Holleran should be seen as a clear indication of what will happen if adults fail to behave responsibly and cause harm to the community due to their inconsiderate behaviour.

“The community team are telling us they want our help in preventing adult bad behaviour.

“The Northwich team is committed to supporting the community, and will use the full range of powers at our disposal against anyone who persistently acts in an anti-social manner.”

Under the CRASBO conditions Holleran must not act or incite others to act in an anti-social manner, threaten any person or property or use or encourage others to use foul, abusive, insulting and offensive, threatening or intimidating language or behaviour in any public place.

She must not be drunk in public, enter an exclusion zone, St Helens Church and its grounds in Church Road, Northwich, Greenall Avenue, Northwich and Station Road, Northwich, and must not contact or approach named individuals.

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6:25pm Sat 2 Aug 14

hectorplain says...

Gad Zooks

I wouldn't want to meet that on a dark night, either in the grave yard or anywhere else.
Gad Zooks I wouldn't want to meet that on a dark night, either in the grave yard or anywhere else. hectorplain
  • Score: 10

2:20pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Ricky12 says...

Something tells me this little madam enjoys a babysham or two.
Something tells me this little madam enjoys a babysham or two. Ricky12
  • Score: 0

1:44pm Wed 6 Aug 14

TrudieL says...

I've met her on a dark night last winter. She was in the middle of the road and I nearly ran her over. I stopped and asked if she needed help. Yes her language was colourful and yes she was aggressive, but more towards her situation than towards me. She said she was on her way to the Salvation Army (which I see is now in her exclusion zone) to find a bed for the night. She said she had two broken ribs after being beaten up. Little wonder she was aggressive. How will this CRASBO help? Will it keep her off the streets? She's homeless! Where else is she supposed to go? Will it sop her from drinking? I've never known simply telling someone to stop drinking to be an effective cure for alcoholism. I hope that she gets the professional care and support that she clearly needs. I believe that there are far more dangerous people currently on the streets of Northwich
I've met her on a dark night last winter. She was in the middle of the road and I nearly ran her over. I stopped and asked if she needed help. Yes her language was colourful and yes she was aggressive, but more towards her situation than towards me. She said she was on her way to the Salvation Army (which I see is now in her exclusion zone) to find a bed for the night. She said she had two broken ribs after being beaten up. Little wonder she was aggressive. How will this CRASBO help? Will it keep her off the streets? She's homeless! Where else is she supposed to go? Will it sop her from drinking? I've never known simply telling someone to stop drinking to be an effective cure for alcoholism. I hope that she gets the professional care and support that she clearly needs. I believe that there are far more dangerous people currently on the streets of Northwich TrudieL
  • Score: 13

11:01am Tue 19 Aug 14

m cuddington says...

Please take this past-it's-sell-by-da
te article down.
There's so many more newsworthy stories than this example of lazy reporting of an unfortunate person needing our sympathy and support.
And where did you get the mugshot?
'Co-operation' with the police?
Please take this past-it's-sell-by-da te article down. There's so many more newsworthy stories than this example of lazy reporting of an unfortunate person needing our sympathy and support. And where did you get the mugshot? 'Co-operation' with the police? m cuddington
  • Score: 4

6:14pm Fri 29 Aug 14

dippy2 says...

Try compassion you never know what hard times befall people . This Is someone's mum ? Nan ? Wife ? Saying not want see this mug shot ashamed you should be 😤
Try compassion you never know what hard times befall people . This Is someone's mum ? Nan ? Wife ? Saying not want see this mug shot ashamed you should be 😤 dippy2
  • Score: -1

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