Yob banned from parts of Chesterfield town centre

A man has been banned from entering parts of Chesterfield after causing anti-social behaviour in the town centre and surrounding areas.

Tuesday, 9th August 2016, 3:23 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 9:01 pm
Richard Musgrove. Picture: Derbyshire police.

Richard Musgrove, 36, of Spring Bank Road, Chesterfield, was given a five-year Criminal Behaviour Order by magistrates at the start of the month.

The order runs until July 31, 2021, and Musgrove must not:

• Approach any person he does not know and ask for alms in the borough of Chesterfield

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• Go to certain parts of the town centre, as defined on a map by magistrates, between the hours of 5pm and 9am

• Congregate in a public place in a group of two or more people in a manner likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress in the borough of Chesterfield

• Enter any commercial premises or its boundary if he has been banned from there

• Remain at any commercial premises or medical establishments within Derbyshire if asked to leave by the owner, occupier or other person acting on behalf of the owner or occupier

• Be in possession of any open vessel containing alcohol in a public place in the borough of Chesterfield, except in a public house or licensed club

• Act or encourage others to act in a manner which causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to any person in Derbyshire

PC Steve O’Callaghan, of the Chesterfield Town Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “Richard Musgrove is now suffering the consequences of the crimes and anti-social behaviour he has committed. We hope that the order will have a positive outcome for the community of Chesterfield.

“Our team continues to work with partnership agencies to help prevent and stop individuals from causing others harassment, alarm or distress with the aim of making Chesterfield even safer and happier area for residents, visitors and people who work in the town centre.”

PC O’Callaghan added: “I would like to thank members of the community who have helped us to secure this order. By having the courage to report anti-social behaviour we can help make individuals accountable for their actions.”

Report anti-social behaviour to police on 101.