Posted on 9th August 2018
A man has been charged and remanded into custody for breaching court bail conditions that banned him from parts of Matlock.
Harry Stones, of Romney Gardens in Sheffield, was granted bail by magistrates during a hearing at Chesterfield Justice Centre last month.
The 25-year-old was given conditions not to go to the Hurst Farm Estate.
Officers received a report that Mr Stones had been in to a shop on Lynholmes Road, part of the area he had been banned from, on Wednesday, August 1.
Mr Stones was arrested on August 3 and charged with breaching his court bail conditions and appeared before magistrates in Chesterfield yesterday (Wednesday, August 8), where he was remanded into custody.
He will appear at court for the bail breach charge at a later date.
He is also due to appear at Derby Crown Court next month charged with possessing an offensive weapon and public order in Matlock on July 14, for which he was initially bailed by the court and given his original conditions.