Nuisance teenager given behaviour order
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.”