Truro man banned from more than 40 pubs, clubs and shops in Truro.
A "VIOLENT and aggressive" offender has been banned from more than 40 businesses in Truro.
Under a two-year antisocial behaviour order imposed by Truro magistrates Ryan Staffiere, 29, is banned from 47 shops, bars and clubs as far afield as Malpas and Highertown.
All the premises on the list have made complaints to the police about his behaviour.
He is also banned from being under the influence of alcohol in Truro city centre and from acting in a way that would threaten, alarm, intimidate or cause a person to fear for their safety.
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Staffiere was brought before the court after failing to obey a police officer's order to leave the High Cross area of Truro, where he had been causing trouble. Staffiere pleaded guilty to the charge.
In May he was jailed for eight months after admitting burgling a house while drunk and under the influence of drugs.
In October 2011 he was jailed for 16 months for assaulting a man. That court heard he already had 36 convictions involving 78 offences.
Natasha Matthews, Cornwall Council's Asbo case officer, said Staffiere had been given many chances to change his behaviour.
"Staffiere is an unpredictable character who in the past has been violent and aggressive towards those around him," she said.
"Staffiere's behaviour stems from being intoxicated through drink and drugs and has included public order offences and theft. He is a repeat offender and will shoplift food and alcohol knowing his behaviour is considered threatening and intimidating to employees and customers.
"He will walk into stores regardless of the fact that he is banned and steal goods regardless of how many staff are watching him.
"Many of the stores will not challenge Staffiere as staff members become distressed by seeing him entering their stores and have felt powerless to deal with him.
"Staffiere was given many chances to modify his behaviour such as warnings and an Acceptable Behaviour Contract but his behaviour continued to have a detrimental effect on the local community. The Asbo will send a strong message to those who choose to engage in antisocial behaviour that it will not be tolerated and enforcement action will be taken."