Changed ASBO teen in court over theft

Blackpool Magistrates' Court
Blackpool Magistrates' Court
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A teenager who was once the subject of an Anti Social Behaviour Order had now completely changed his life around, a court was told.

Jack Richardson was once involved in petty crime and mischief and was put on an ASBO until he was 18.

He now has a job working long hours with a food company and he no longer hung around with bad company getting into trouble.

His former criminal past came back to bite him when he pleaded guilty to an offence of theft from four months ago when he stole £20 in change from an unsecure car parked in a driveway in Thornton on June 24.

Richardson, 19, of Norcliffe Road, Norbreck, was ordered to spend 16 hours at an attendance centre and pay £20 compensation with a £180 court charge plus £60 victims’ surcharge by resort magistrates.