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A woman has been fined and given a restraining order after she was found guilty of harassment.
Susan Newton of Huttoft Road at Sutton on Sea was convicted of the charge when she appeared at Boston Magistrates’ Court in November.
She pleaded not guilty last month, but was found guilty at trial.
Now, the 67-year-old has been fined £300 and been handed a five-year restraining after she was sentenced by court officials on Monday, 11 December.
The court heard Newton subjected her victim to abusive language, filmed them with their mobile phone and caused damage to plants and fencing over a four-week period spanning October to November 2022.
Boundaries are invisible and, to some extent, imaginary.
Fences, hedges, and walls may move over the years, which can make the boundary line hard to pinpoint.
Lincolnshire Police would always advise to homeowners to seek advice prior to taking any action with the boundary.
To report a crime, call us on 101. Always call 999 in an emergency.
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