The ASBO Three hit hard with five year ban

THREE men from Harlow have been issued with five year, Anti-Social Behaviour orders (ASBOs) following a hearing at Chelmsford Magistrates Court on June 26. The ASBO conditions cover England and Wales.

Lee Oliver, 24, from Abbotsweld in Harlow and Todd Bow, 23 of no fixed address but from the Harlow area were issued with the orders in their absence when they failed to attend court, Bow has been circulated as wanted by Essex Police. The third man is Steven Neal, also known as Scott Neal, from The Hides, Harlow, aged 24.
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They have been committing offences of burglary and theft and causing harassment and distress, not only in parts of Essex but also in Hertfordshire, London, Surrey, Yorkshire and Warwickshire.

Steven Scott Neal, Todd Bow and Lee Oliver must not in England and Wales:

* Use abusive, insulting, threatening or intimidating language or behaviour, racial or otherwise

* Be in possession of any PDA hand held scanning device without a receipt.

* Enter or attempt to enter any commercial domestic or licensed premises from which they have been banned

* Remain on any commercial domestic or licensed premises when asked to leave by a member of staff

* Associate with named individuals in any public place.

* Carry or otherwise have in their possession any controlled drugs.

The conditions for Todd Bow additionally include that he is prohibited from entering a large section of Harlow town centre unless he is attending a pre-arranged appointment with the job centre.

Chief Inspector Justin Smith, District Commander for Harlow said: “We hope these ASBOs send a strong message to these men that their behaviour will not be tolerated and that they will be arrested if they do not comply.

“The community in Harlow and elsewhere can be reassured that police, working with other agencies, will take action where necessary to protect the public and I would like to thank all those people involved, including witnesses who provided statements, for their good work that resulted in these orders being put in place.”

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