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Ipswich: Bevan Ash, 44, charged with breaching antisocial behaviour order and supply drugs

10:43 04 July 2014

South East Suffolk Magistrates

South East Suffolk Magistrates' Court


A 44-year-old man from Ipswich has been charged with breaching an antisocial behaviour order in Ipswich.


Bevan Ash, of no fixed abode but from Ipswich is due to appear at South East Suffolk Magistrates’ Court today, Friday 4 July, charged with breaching an antisocial behaviour order and two counts of supplying a controlled drug of Class A.

The breach of anti-social behaviour charge relates to an incident in Dial Lane yesterday. The two drug related charges relate to an incident in Ipswich on March 20.

Bevan Ash was issued with an anti-social behaviour order by Ipswich magistrates on March 7 2014, banning him from begging in the area of Ipswich.

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