Prison For Ealing Man Found Breaching Criminal Behaviour Order

Dillon Goulon was found when police conducted a drugs search on Oxford Road

Dillon Goulon - Ealing MPS


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Police conducting a drugs search at an address in Ealing discovered a man in breach of a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO).

On Tuesday 11 February, officers from the Ealing Broadway Safer Neighbourhoods team working with Ealing Council Safer Communities team conducted a drugs warrant at an address on Oxford Road following concerns from local residents.

The Operation Wolverine team entered the property and found three people - one of whom was 19-year-old Dillon Goulon of Warwick Road.

Goulon is subject to a criminal behaviour order from August 2018, where one of conditions prohibits him being on the Ealing Broadway ward. He was arrested for breaching condition and remanded to Ealing magistrates.

On 12 February Goulon pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 10 weeks imprisonment and £122 fine.

Pc Darren Boast Ealing Broadway Safer neighbourhoods Team said, 'Our team worked hard to secure a Criminal Behaviour Order against Goulon back in August 2018 due to his disruptive behaviour on the war. The aim was to improve the quality of life for our local community, a task which we strive towards every day. Goulon chose to disregard these conditions and has now been sentenced to 10 weeks imprisonment which highlights the consequences of breaching a CBO.'


February 19, 2020

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