Harlow man Lewis Cooper-Gray jailed again for public order offences in town centre

A HARLOW man has been jailed again for a number of offences in the town centre area of Harlow.

Lewis Cooper-Gray, aged 31, of No Fixed Abode, pled guilty at Chelmsford magistrates court to the following.

Between 11/04/2019 and 12/04/2019 at Harlow without reasonable excuse, begged for money from members of the public which you were prohibited from doing by a criminal behaviour order made by Chelmsford magistrates court on 28/02/2019

On 12/04/2019 at Harlow, without reasonable excuse, begged for money from members of the public which you were prohibited from doing

On 12/04/2019 at Harlow, without reasonable excuse, LIT AND SMOKED A CIGARETTE INSIDE THE HARVEY CENTRE HARLOW THUS BEHAVING IN AN ANTI-SOCIAL MANNER which you were prohibited from doing by a criminal behaviour order made by CHELMSFORD MAGISTRATES COURT on 28/02/2019

Cooper-Grays was committed to prison for eight weeks. Reason: Offence so serious because two breaches of order, wilful breaches of court order aggravated by previous convictions and breaches of court orders.

He was also fined £115.00

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