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Anti-social man in court.

A MAN has appeared in court for a second time charged with the breach of an interim anti-social behaviour order just three hours after it was made.

Michael Mills, 32,of Home Farm Close, Woodchurch, pleaded guilty to breaching his interim AntiSocial Behaviour Order at Wallasey magistrates court.

The interim Asbo was initially granted on February 26 after judges heard that Mills plagued his neighbours with bad behaviour, including shouting and swearing.

The Asbo will stay in place until a hearing on March 28, when it is decided whether he should have a full order placed on him.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 12, 2003
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