Five Year ASBO Orders For Harlow Men
Crime / Mon 16th Sep 2013 at 03:35pm
TWO men from Harlow have been handed five-year Anti-Social Behaviour Orders.
The district judge at Chelmsford Magistrates Court was told Cash Oliver 21 and Kyle Harrington 26 were part of a group of people in the area responsible for offenses ranging from burglary to harassment.
Under the terms of their new orders the pair are prevented from:
Using abusive, insulting, threatening or intimidating language or behaviour towards anyone not of the same household as himself, including employees of the public services.
Possessing of any PDA hand-help scanning device without a receipt or other reasonable means confirming proof of purchase.
Entering or attempting to enter any commercial, domestic or licensed premises from he has been banned or remaining on any commercial, domestic or licensed premises when asked to leave by a member of staff.
Both could be taken back to court and, if convicted, fined or sentenced to prison if they break the terms of their orders.
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