Man, 66, one month away from completing community order for Asbo breach

First published in News Stroud News and Journal: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

A COURT heard Martin Solomon, 66, is just one month away from completing a community order for breaching an Asbo last January.

Solomon, of Farmhill Lane, Stroud, was given a community order on Wednesday, January 25 last year after two breaches of an Asbo.

The conditions of the order were to complete a six-month alcohol treatment requirement, 100 hours of unpaid work and one to one supervision meetings.

The 66-year-old told Stroud Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, December 19, that he had seen where he had been going wrong and was now taking every chance and opportunity to become a better citizen.

Stroud probation officer, Tanya Phelps, told the court it was another positive report that has been a theme throughout Solomon’s order.

The community order is due to finish on Thursday, January 24.

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