A 23-year-old from Whitchurch who has twice breached a community order imposed for a racially aggravated offence, has been made subject to a curfew order by Shrewsbury Magistrates.
Appearing in custody, Daniel Luke Tinsley of Worthington Street in Whitchurch was ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work in March this year for an offence of causing racially aggravated alarm or distress, but on Monday pleaded guilty to breaching that order for a second time.
Magistrates heard a further 25 hours had been added following his first breach in May, but that since them no further hours had been completed, with Tinsley failing to attend again on May 29.
Having also failed also to attend court, a warrant had been issued for his arrest.
Louise Taylor defending, said Tinsley had cut himself on glass playing football so had been unfit to carry out unpaid work, but though he had phoned the Probation Service, he had failed to provide any written medical evidence.
Miss Taylor said Tinsley did not accept the claims of the Probation Service report that he had pressured staff at a charity shop to allow him to carry out his unpaid work there rather than carrying out manual labour.
She said he had merely gone in to speak to them, but now realised he could not choose where he carried out the unpaid work.
“We will allow the order to continue but this is your last chance,” magistrates told Tinsley, who was also subjected to an additional six-week curfew from 7pm on a Friday to 7am on a Monday morning.
He must also pay £50 court costs.