Kenley pensioner jailed for breaching restraining order
A KENLEY pensioner has been jailed for repeatedly terrorising her neighbours while breaching her restraining order.
Joan Nisbet, 71, of Godstone Road, waged war with neighbours Paul and Lorraine Crowley who fear the custodial sentence will only afford them brief respite.
Judge Robert Hunter jailed the notorious nan for 17 weeks at Croydon Magistrates' Court on Friday.
Nisbet was originally convicted for spraying weed killer in Mrs Crowley's face in September 2011, given a suspended sentence and forbidden from contacting her neighbours or playing loud music between 11pm and 7am.
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But the pensioner was arrested on December 4 and 11 last year for further breaches after playing Queen at full blast until the early hours.
Nisbet spent Christmas behind bars and had 32 days deducted from her sentence for time already served in custody.
Her 24-month suspended jail sentence was enacted by Judge Hunter but reduced to 13 weeks while giving her a further four-week sentence to run consecutively for breaking the restraining order.