Liverpool news Warning issued over man banned from every shop in St Helens MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Lee James Stuart was made the subject of a five-year order after terrorising shop workers
Breaking News ! A man remains banned from every branch of Co-op, McColls, Tesco and Asda in St Helens, as well as a string of smaller independent stores. Lee James Stuart was made the subject of a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO), which runs until September 2022, after a catalogue of bizarre behaviour. The five-year CBO was first imposed in September 2017 and banned Stuart from every shop in St Helens after staff complained of being intimidated and terrorised by him. It followed his conviction for shoplifting from a Co-op in West End Road, Haydock. Merseyside Police issued a reminder on its Facebook page today that the CBO was still in place, along with a list of all the business premises Stuart, now 31, is forbidden from entering. Conditions on the CBO mean the thief must not enter any "self service shop unless he seeks the permission of the owner/manager/staff member/other authorised person acting on behalf of that store" before entering. The order includes a total ban from businesses such as Schooner Wines, Cabelo Hair Studio, Caldo, Martins, One Stop and Taylor Pharmacy. Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up here . It also prohibits him from engaging in conduct causing or likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to any person. Shopkeepers at the time said Stuart used to "react badly and use threats or abuse" if his behaviour was challenged by people.
. CBOs are designed to target persistent offenders. Merseyside Police urged anyone who has any dealings with Stuart that would constitute a breach of his criminal behaviour order, to report it to them. Find your nearest vaccination centre by entering your postcode below
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