Fareham drug user who made threat ordered to get treatment

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A MAN who admitted using threatening behaviour has been ordered to get help for his drug problem.

Kevin Chalk, from High Street, Fareham, pleaded guilty to committing the offence in Nancy Road, Fratton, Portsmouth.

The 28-year-old also pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage to two doors at a flat in the same street on the same day.

Fareham magistrates ordered Chalk to undergo six months of drug rehabilitation treatment as a non-resident patient.

Chalk will have supervision from the probation service for a year to help him stay out of trouble.