Rayleigh: Man jailed five days after breaching CBO
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A man who breached his Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) within a week of leaving prison has been sent to prison.
Stefan Jaworski, of Francis Walk in Rayleigh, finished a six-month custodial sentence for theft from a shop and breaching the conditions of his previous CBO on Wednesday 10 January.
The 42-year-old was issued with a new CBO preventing him from entering any Marks and Spencers, Sainsburys or Co-operative shop for five years in November 2022.
However, he was quickly arrested upon his release after reports he was shoplifting from BP garages on Monday 14 January. Jaworski pleaded guilty to theft from a shop and breaching his CBO on Wednesday 16 January.
He has been sentenced to 20 weeks in jail and ordered to pay £118.50 in compensation to BP.
Inspector David Kealy, from Castle Point and Rochford Community Policing Team, said:
“Shoplifting is not a victimless crime, and we will pursue repeat offenders to make sure they face justice.
“Their actions can have a serious detrimental effect on the staff of the stores they target, which is why we will use tools like CBOs to deter offenders.
“When they breach these orders, like in Jaworski’s case, we will not hesitate to act.”
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