Great BritainMother and son face prison if they meet in the next two years
Given that they have a history of violent behavior, mutual insults and anti-social behavior in public, the police issued a restraining order against both.
It’s about it
In the UK, police have issued restraining orders against Tina Lean and Jamie Power.
If a mother and her son see each other in the next two years, they both face jail time.
Both had previously behaved so aggressively towards the public and themselves that the police now took action “with great hesitation”.
Tina Lean, 54, is unlikely to see her son again until 2024. If a meeting with 31-year-old Jamie Power were to happen, both people face prison terms. The reason is the police’s decision to issue a preliminary injunction against both people. This was done with “great hesitation”, he writes “Mirror’ with reference to Thames Valley Police. The goal is therefore to protect the public from these two and to protect Lean and Power from each other.
The mother-son duo was behaving antisocially
But how did the decision to ban the two from seeing each other come about? Constable Glen Crosland said: “We have received numerous reports of anti-social behavior from Tina Lean and Jamie Power, including from members of the public, business owners, NHS (National Health Authority, ed.) staff and other emergency services.”
The mother-son duo is said to have called 911, among other things, even though she didn’t need one. In addition, they repeatedly behaved offensively in public and often physically attacked people. Although the two are said to have gotten into each other’s hair, the bans are apparently primarily intended to prevent mother and son from doing mischief together.
It must not flow into the hotels
The restraining order prohibits mother Tina Lean from staying in a private residence or paid housing with Power and encourages her son to violate the terms of the restraining order. The order issued to Jamie Power prohibits him from living in paid accommodation with Lean, threatening or insulting Lean and using violence towards anyone. Power is also not allowed to enter Belgrave Road, Aylesbury, or hotels in Aylesbury, High Wycombe or Hemel Hempstead for the next two years.
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