The Cheshire Constabulary slapped a Crewe woman with an odd criminal behavior order (CBO) including “urinating or defecating in any open space, public or private.” Amanda Lee, 50, was convicted 15 times dating back to 1996, including anti-social behavior, harassment, public order violations, and 999 system abuse.

Police sought for a CBO to prevent the 50-year-old's criminal conduct, which was granted by Crewe Magistrates' Court on July 12, according to CheshireLive.

“A Criminal Behavior Order is sought once all reasonable avenues regarding chronic offenders have been explored,” said Police Constable Alex Barker of the Crewe Beat Management Team.

Police had “enough” of Lee’s three-decade-old public order violations that they sought preventive measures for the 50-year-old to stop her antics.

“In this case, Lee’s attitude and behavior has been ongoing since the 1990s and she has been convicted numerous times for incidents that impact greatly on residents,” Barker said. “She has persistently shown no consideration at all for the actions her offending has had on others.”

Lee is now barred from performing the following five activities in the Crewe region by the CBO. One of them is barring her from any possession of alcohol within the exclusion zone surrounding Vernon Way, West Street, Hightown, Browning St, Richard Moon St, Flag Lane, Dunwoody Way, and Oak St.

Lee is also barred from entering neither Preece Court nor call the police on 999 or 101 or by any other means, including using a third party to contact police on your behalf, unless it’s necessary.

Lee has also been ordered not to use abusive words or threatening behavior in public, such as threatening or intimidating individuals with a dog. Perhaps what baffled netizens is how Lee was also instructed not to urinate or defecate in any public or private open space.

“There comes a point when you have to say enough is enough and take additional action to protect the community and businesses in the area,” Barker said.

Breaching a CBO is a criminal offense that carries a maximum punishment of five years in jail. Police now are keeping an eye out of Lee in case she breached the terms of her CBO.

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