Restraining order placed on former Spalding man after neighbour dispute
Magistrates have placed a restraining order on a man to prevent him from going to his former home following a dispute with a neighbour.
Ashley Callaby (27), who now lives in Ripley in Derbyshire admitted threatening behaviour and causing damage to a gate at his previous home in Rowan Avenue, Spalding.
Callaby was unable to attend court as he was in quarantine for Covid 19.
Prosecuting, Daniel Pietryka said there had been a verbal dispute between Callaby and a neighbour in Rowan Avenue on July 8.
The court heard that during this dispute, Callaby threatened the neighbour, calling him to come outside and said that he would knock him out.
He said Callaby was also seen to kick and damage a garden gate.
Mitigating, Justin Atkinson said that although threats had been made, they were not carried out and he had now moved away to Ripley in Derbyshire.
Callaby was fined £120 and ordered to pay £100 compensation for the gate and £119 in court costs and charges.
A restraining order was granted for a year to order him not to enter Rowan Avenue and not to contact his former neighbour.