A man who broke a restraining order has been jailed.

Police were called to Seaford Road, Crawley on April 11 after receiving a report of a civil dispute involving two people.

Officers showed up and discovered that one of the occupants was Maciej Grzebieniak, 31, of no fixed address.

Maciej Grzebieniak, 31, homeless.

He had received a five-year injunction in February 2021, with a single condition not to contact a woman he knew – it was the other person present at the address.

Grzebieniak was arrested and charged with breaching a restraining order.

He pleaded guilty and at Lewes Crown Court on May 11 and was sentenced to 12 months in prison.

Investigator, PC Michael East, said: ‘Restraint orders are imposed by the courts to protect victims. Grzebieniak was warned that breaking his restraining order could land him in jail, and that’s exactly what happened.

“His arrest follows a report from a concerned member of the public, and I would like to remind everyone to be vigilant and contact the police if you think anyone might be in danger.”

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Source: www.theargus.co.uk
This notice was published: 2022-05-28 09:02:20


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