Justin Lamb, formerly of Redcliffe Street, has been given an antisocial behaviour order for his actions towards workers at the Framework Housing building in Welbeck Street. Notts
Police said the 15-year-old had also been causing distress for other residents in the same road, in July this year.
The order bans him from entering or staying in Welbeck Street. It also bans him from drinking alcohol in public or using controlled drugs.Oh, good. An order that stops him from doing what it’d be illegal to do anyway. That’s public servant’s time well spent, eh?
Police say Lamb would risk a fine or up to five years detention if he returned to Welbeck Street.Or wouldn't, being just released time and again…
Now aged 13, Jordan Kemp Withey has been slapped with a two-year antisocial behaviour order (Asbo) that covers the whole of the Humberside Police area.
Withey's crimes started on Bridlington's Havenfield estate but soon spread elsewhere.
They have included criminal damage, theft, trespassing and causing harassment, alarm and distress.And it’s not since he entered his teenage years, either:
East Riding Councillor Jackie Cracknell, portfolio holder for public protection, said: "We came into contact with him at the age of nine and he's been a prolific offender since then.
"That may be why the magistrates have banned him from causing problems anywhere in the force area.
"Offending like this has such a serious impact on people living in the communities or nearby.
"When someone is a victim of antisocial behaviour, it reduces how safe they feel, especially if it continues."How safe does anyone feel knowing that we are still failing to tackle the problem?