Crewe woman banned from entering Co-op and Heron Foods stores in town

A woman from Crewe has been banned from several shops in the town after neighbourhood officers secured a two-year a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO).

Nadine Lyons appeared at Crewe Magistrates Court on Tuesday (April 30) where she was handed the two-year order, following several shoplifting incidents across the town.

Under the terms of the CBO, which was successfully applied for by officers from the Crewe Neighbourhood Team, the 36-year-old has been banned from entering the Cooperative stores on both Parkers Road and Remer Street, Crewe.

Lyons has also been banned from entering Heron Foods store on Bradfield Road.

If Lyons fails to comply with the CBO, she will be committing a criminal offence which may result in a recall to prison or fine.

Police Constable Justin Taylor, of Crewe Local Policing Unit, said: “This result shows the lengths that we will go to in stopping offenders such as Lyons in their tracks and causing disruption and harm to businesses across our town.

“Orders such as CBOs are one of many tools that allow officers to further protect communities from harm caused by offenders.

“If Lyons fails to comply with any of the conditions of the order, she could receive a final penalty or imprisonment.”

Anyone who encounters Lyons breaching any of the above restrictions is urged to contact Cheshire Police via the website or call 101, to report it.

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