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Southampton woman charged with breach of criminal behaviour order in relation to aggressive begging

A Southampton woman has been charged and remanded into custody after breaching a criminal behaviour order.


Djamina Case, 39, of Millbrook Road West, was charged with breaching the order yesterday (Tuesday 18 June). The order prohibited Case from entering the city centre, stopping cars and asking people for money, knocking on doors of dwellings and asking residents for money and begging in a public place in Southampton for money or other items.


Case was charged with breaching the order after police received multiple reports that a woman had been stopping cars in Costco car park and banging on windows as cars stopped at traffic lights, asking for money.


Officers identified the woman as Case and she was charged and remanded into custody.


She is next due to appear at Southampton Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday 10 July.

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