Bognor Regis pensioner found guilty of ASBO breaches

A BOGNOR Regis pensioner has been found guilty of repeatedly breaching an ASBO.

Phyllis Blakesley, 79, of Tangmere Gardeners was remanded in custody today (April 11) after she appeared at Worthing Magistrates’ Court.

She was charged with breaching the anti-social behaviour order put in place by Carlisle Crown Court in October 2008.

Blakesley, who pleaded not guilty to the offence, has lived in Bognor since 2009 and claimed she was unaware the order existed.

The court was told Blakesley had breached the order by sending numerous letters to her former neighbours in Cumbria between August 23 and October 12 of last year.

For the full story see the Bognor Regis Observer out on April 18.