Nui­sance teenager given be­hav­iour or­der

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Your -

A TEENAGER has been given a be­hav­iour or­der af­ter a string of in­ci­dents caus­ing nui­sance to res­i­dents of a city street.

The 16-year-old boy, who can­not be named for le­gal rea­sons, was given an in­terim Anti-So­cial Be­hav­iour Or­der at Peter­bor­ough Mag­is­trates’ Court on Thurs­day af­ter caus­ing prob­lems for res­i­dents of Oun­dle Road, Peter­bor­ough.

The teenager will face a hear­ing on Oc­to­ber 25 to see if a full ASBO will be given. But, if he breaches the terms of his in­terim ASBO, he could face fur­ther pun­ish­ment.

The in­terim ASBO in­cludes a ban on him us­ing threat­en­ing, in­sult­ing or abu­sive lan­guage or be­hav­iour in any pub­lic place.

He can­not con­verge in a group of more than two peo­ple, un­less they are fam­ily mem­bers, in any pub­lic place and he is banned from play­ing loud mu­sic or caus­ing any noise nui­sance. He is also barred from car­ry­ing knives or bladed ar­ti­cles and rid­ing mini moto bikes on pave­ments. Pros­e­cut­ing, Belinda Moore said his be­hav­iour had been “ex­tremely poor” and said: “The com­mu­nity do need pro­tec­tion from him.”

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