A Widnes man who has been released from prison has to continue to adhere to a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO).
From today (Wednesday 7 October) Stephen Sheridan will have to abide to his conditions or risk going back to prison.
This includes prohibiting the 48-year-old from doing any of the following for five years:
• Entering Knowles Street in Widnes, unless it is to attend a stipulated address and he has permission of the present occupier to do so
• Making excessive noise when in the stipulated address
• Acting in an anti-social manner in any public place in Cheshire that is likely to cause alarm or distress to others
• Going to the Wetherspoon pub on Albert Road in Widnes
• Approaching, following or having any contact, directly or indirectly by any means, with a former partner, other than through solicitors
• Entering Albert Square in Widnes or the pedestrianised part of Albert Road in the town, up to the B5178
• Going to Cypress Avenue, Lockett Road or Lincoln Square in Widnes
• Possessing any unsealed container of alcohol in a public place
The court also ordered Sheridan to adhere to an alcohol rehabilitation centre requirement.
Sheridan has been convicted of a string of offences over recent years.
He was jailed on Thursday 2 July 2020 for his most recent offences including breaching the CBO and breaching a restraining order.
Anyone who encounters Sheridan breaching any of the above restrictions is asked to contact Cheshire Police on 101 to report it.