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Portslade teen broke bail to go night fishing
1:40pm Thursday 11th July 2013 in News
A teenager broke his bail conditions to go night fishing.
George Robinson, of Stonery Close in Portslade, appeared in Brighton Magistrates’ Court yesterday after breaching his bail conditions relating to domestic violence charges.
The 19-year-old is set to return before magistrates on Friday charged with assault, criminal damage and resisting arrest following an incident involving his former partner and mother of his child on Sunday, April 21.
Police officers arrived at his home where his bail conditions ordered him to reside at just after midnight on June 3 only to be told he was not there and his family did not know his whereabouts.
The court heard how Robinson had been missing from the home on a couple of nights to go night fishing.
The court imposed a curfew order on Robinson to reside at Stonery Close, Portslade, between 8pm and 6am.
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