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Committal for Contempt of Court in Open Court at Truro: Opie

Case Number: F00TR390

In the County Court at Truro

31 January 2020

Before:

His Honour Judge Carr

Between:

Devon and Cornwall Police

-v-

Thomas Opie

 


Pursuant to paragraph 13 of Practice Direction: Committal for Contempt of Court – Open Court.

Re: Case Number F00TR390 Devon and Cornwall Police v Thomas Opie

In relation to the above numbered case on 31st January 2020, His Honour Judge Carr sitting in the County Court at Truro as a Circuit Judge of the County Court, sentenced the Defendant in that case, to a custodial sentence of 3 months for breach of an Injunction order dated 14th October 2019.

Thomas Opie was in breach of the Injunction, by:-

  1. On 31st December 2019, by associating with Jordan Quick in public contrary to Condition 1 of the Injunction at Penryn Texaco Garage, Commercial Road, Penryn.
  2. On 8th January 2020, by associating with Jordan Quick in public contrary to Condition 1 of the Injunction at Penryn Texaco Garage, Commercial Road, Penryn.
  3. On 12th January 2020, Thomas Opie and Jordan Quick breached condition 2 by being present at 48 Oakfield Road, Falmouth at about 23:30.
  4. On 15th January 2020 by associating with Jordan Quick in public contrary to Condition 1 of the Injunction at Asda, Jennings Road, Penryn.
  5. On 17th January 2020 by associating with Jordan Quick in public contrary to Condition 1 of the Injunction at Penryn Texaco Garage, Commercial Road, Penryn.

The basis of the sentence imposed is that the five breaches of the order were admitted.

  1. These breaches were contrary to the terms of the Injunction Order dated 14th October 2019 to which Thomas Opie was subject to.

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