Man banned from Hull Interchange for threatening behaviour

Published: Tuesday 8th March 2016 by KCFM

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A Hull man has been banned from Hull interchange for two years for regularly abusing and threatening people at the station.

Julian Lee Bryan, 27, must not enter the train and bus station for two years or he will face imprisonment after being given a Criminal Behaviour Order.

Humberside Police PC Cheryl Scrase said: “Bryan was a regular nuisance and caused consistent problems for the staff and passengers at the interchange and surrounding areas.

“He regularly abused and threatened people at the station which was extremely unpleasant and upsetting for those who used the station.

“It is a criminal offence to breach an order and if Bryan doesn’t comply with the conditions, he could find himself behind bars for up to five years.

“We hope the CBO gives him an incentive to change his behaviour but should he continue to misbehave he will face jail and we hope it gives passengers and staff the confidence to come forward knowing there will be decisive repercussions for him.

“This is our first CBO submitted and granted working in partnership with Humberside Police and Hull City Council so hopefully the word will get out and this will deter people from committing ASB.”

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Published: Tuesday 8th March 2016 by KCFM

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