Southsea man found guilty of breaching his Asbo

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A NOTORIOUS troublemaker banned from Portsmouth car parks for a spate of vehicle thefts has been fined.

Christopher Walker broke the conditions of his anti-social behaviour order (Asbo) when he went to the university car park in Burnaby Terrace, Portsea.

The 25-year-old, from Sackville Street, Southsea, became the first person to be banned from every car park on Portsea Island for five years in 2010 after being given the Asbo by the courts.

Posters with his photograph and containing details of the order were plastered across car parks on the island.

Police applied for the order after Walker was convicted of eight charges of theft from vehicles, three charges of interference with vehicles and one count of criminal damage.

His latest breach came in August.

Walker denied the offence but was found guilty after a trial at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court.

He was fined £100 and told to pay £115 in costs.

The money will automatically be taken out of the benefits he receives.