‘Poo bomber’, 50, who has plagued the lives of neighbors for 25 years is banned from urinating and defecating in public

A WOMAN who “pooped” on her neighbor’s property as part of a 25-year harassment campaign was banned from “urinating or defecating” in an open space.

The cops successfully applied for a criminal conduct order against Amanda Lee, 50.


Amanda Lee, 50, has a conviction list that includes anti-social behavior and harassment

Lee, of Crewe, Cheshire, has 15 convictions spanning 1996 to 2018.

These include incidents of anti-social behavior, harassment and breaches of public order.

Now the police have obtained an order prohibiting her from engaging in certain behaviors, including urinating and defecating outdoors.

Cheshire Police have also charged her with causing trouble on several occasions and making unwelcome calls to 999.

If she breaks the conditions, the thug faces up to five years in prison.

The South Cheshire Magistrates’ Court imposed the CBO in a hearing this week.

The five conditions included a ban on possessing alcohol in an open container in an exclusion zone and restrictions on abusive language.


The order is also aimed at preventing Lee from calling the police unless she has a valid reason.

PC Alex Barker said: “A criminal conduct order is sought after all reasonable avenues have been explored regarding repeat offenders.

“In this case, Lee’s attitude and demeanor have lasted since the 1990s and she has been convicted on several occasions for incidents having a considerable impact on the residents.

“She consistently showed no consideration for the actions she committed on others.

“There comes a time when you have to say enough is enough and take extra steps to protect the community and businesses in the area.”

He added that Lee was told it was a criminal offense to fail to comply with the terms of the order.

Anyone who sees her breaking the terms of her CBO is asked to report it to Cheshire Police by calling 101.

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