A 20-year-old has been put on an overnight curfew after pleading guilty to three offences of vandalism in Corby.
Lloyd Griffiths, from Newtown Road, Uppingham, admitted damaging a pillar and a phone box in Corporation Street, Corby, on February 21 when he appeared before magistrates in Northampton on February 23.
Griffiths also pleaded guilty to breaching a criminal behaviour order issued by Leicester Magistrates' Court banning him from carrying a marker pen in a public place after he was convicted of similar crimes in the past.
In 2019 Griffiths was ordered to stay at least 50m away from a convenience store in Uppingham after he harassed a female worker there on at least ten occasions. He also hit a boy over the head with a torch on the skatepark in the Rutland town.
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Griffiths will be sentenced in May but will be electronically monitored between 7pm and 9am, during which hours he cannot leave his home.