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Little Blakenham: Michael Keen, 71, charged with breaching his ASBO

16:39 08 July 2014

A 71-year-old man from Little Blakenham has been charged with two counts of breaching an Anti-Social Behaviour Order (ASBO).

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Michael Keen, of The Beeches, has been charged with two counts of breaching an ASBO, two counts of harassment without violence, obstructing a constable in their execution of duty, and assaulting a constable whilst on duty.

He is due before Bury Magistrates Court on Tuesday, August 19.

All of the charges relate to incidents that happened between May 5 and June 22 in Little Blakenham.

Keen was issued with an anti-social behaviour order for two years by Bury Magistrates Court on May 14 this year.

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