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A man has been sentenced to eight weeks in jail after pleading guilty to a number of offences, including breaching a Criminal Behaviour Order on seven occasions.
Obidullah Dustokheil, aged 34, of no fixed abode, appeared at Southampton Magistrates’ Court yesterday, Wednesday 27 October, and pleaded guilty to the following offences:
Appearing at Southampton Magistrates’ Court yesterday (27 October), Dustokheil was sentenced to a total of eight weeks imprisonment.
Sergeant Sal Ferris from the Southampton City Centre team said “Dustokheil is a persistent offender who has showed no regard for the terms of the Criminal Behaviour Order that excludes him from entering various locations in Southampton.
“We know his behaviour has a negative impact on our local communities and businesses and it simply won’t be tolerated.
“Officers in Southampton are committed to tackling those who come into the city centre to commit crime and bring offenders to justice.
“Anyone seen to be breaching Criminal Behaviour Orders can expect to be brought back before a court where they could face a maximum of five years imprisonment.”
Dustokheil will remain subject of the Criminal Behaviour Order upon his release from prison, excluding him from entering areas including Above Bar, Below Bar, High Street, Commercial Road, West Quay, West Quay Retail Park and the city parks.