Harlow teenager wanted after removing tag and skipping meetings following sentencing for series of burglaries
Crime / Tue 13th Dec 2022 at 11:55am
A HARLOW teenager is wanted after failing to attend “rehabilitation” meetings as part of a punishment following being sentenced for a large number of thefts across Harlow.
The seventeen-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons:
Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a youth rehabilitation order made by Chelmsford Magistrates Court on 23/09/2022 failed to attend his appointments on:
5/11/2022, 6/11/2022, 7/11/2022 and the 8/11/2022.
He was instructed to be at his home address on these dates but was not present.
A meeting was held with him and his mother, where the Youth Offending Team (YOT) provided him with a final test of compliance.
A final warning letter was provided to advise of the breach should he fail any further appointments with the YOT. He failed to attend further appointments on the 19/11/2022, 20/11/2022.
The authorities are also aware that he has removed his electronic tag.
The YOT are currently unaware of where he is at this moment in time. He has been reported missing to the police.
The Youth Offending Team should be re-named the Yobbo Mollycoddling Team because that is all they do. They don't believe that these little so and so's should be punished for the crimes the commit.
Please help us find this teenager...... ok what their name? Oh no we can't tell you that 😂
Anon…. They posted a post of a missing teenager, same age, put two and two together
Just wondering how "rehabilitation" meetings are part of a punishment? Seems that this kid has been given plenty of chances to behave himself, but a spell behind bars is all that is now left to deal with him.
Just another waste of space scrote who will never work and contribute to society but will always be a parasite. Rehabilitation should be 50 lashes in public followed by hard labour in a labour camp.
Give them a whole life order. No point letting them out.
What a pitty we have teenagers who consider they want to be beyond the law. Should we be sorry for his Mother or might she be partly to blame? We just do not know and probably never will.