Fardin Farji Receives Two-Year Criminal Behavior Order in Worthing Brighton News

A SERIAL shoplifter has been banned from entering all Co-Op stores nationwide.

Fardin Farji has been responsible for years of theft, shoplifting, anti-social behavior and drug-related offenses in Worthing.

Police said he had been a “prolific offender,” violating community protection warnings, as well as a community protection notice.

Officers have sought a criminal conduct order against the 28-year-old unemployed man, who lives in Worthing, in an attempt to curb his offense.

The request was accepted by the Worthing Magistrates’ Court on August 4, and the repeat offender received a two-year criminal conduct order.

The decree prohibits him for a period of 24 months:

• Enter any Co-Op store in England

• Stay in any store or commercial building when asked to leave by staff

• Enter any store with no way to pay

• Be in possession of a bicycle without proof of ownership

• Take more than two cell phones

• Enter Worthing Town Center at any time except to access Worthing Police Station and St Clare Day Center by specified authorized routes.

• Enter specific areas of Broadwater at any time other than if you are passing through the area while being transported by a motor vehicle

• Enter Waitrose in High Street, Worthing

Failure to comply with these provisions will result in the commission of a new offense which may result in imprisonment.

The Argus: Fardin Farji, 28, from Worthing Fardin Farji, 28, from Worthing

PC Jack Buchanan, from Team Adur and Worthing Operation Override, said: “We are delighted to have secured this Criminal Conduct Order for Fardin Farji.

“His behavior and breaches have caused losses to people and businesses in Worthing for a considerable period of time. This order will further help the Sussex Police to tackle their offense, prevent further losses, protect our residents and businesses, and hopefully enable them to correct their behavior and get the help they need. needs to move forward. ”

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This notice was published: 2021-08-09 15:21:06

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