Two year Asbo for teen terror

Stanley Jameson of Thornton-Cleveleys
Stanley Jameson of Thornton-Cleveleys
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A FYLDE coast teenager who has reigned terror on residents has been given an anti-social behaviour order.

Stanley Jameson, 14, of Maitland Avenue, Cleveleys, had the two year order (ASBO) granted against him at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court last week.

He had been responsible for repeated anti-social behaviour in Cleveleys including entering people’s gardens and garages without permission, causing criminal damage to Cleveleys library, harassing the public, climbing on roofs and general intimidating behaviour.

PC Eddie Baldwin, Community Beat Manager for Thornton, said: “This teenager had caused a nuisance in the Cleveleys area and we had received numerous complaints from local residents about his behaviour.

“This should reassure residents that we do act on their concerns and should send a strong message to those who commit anti-social behaviour that it will not be tolerated.”

The order states that he must not use any threatening, insulting, abusive or disorderly words or behaviour that is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

He must not enter any residential premises within Blackpool or Wyre without the prior consent of the owner.

He is also prohibited from climbing or attempting to climb any wall or roof of a building or outbuilding and from associating with another 14-year-old boy in Wyre or Blackpool.

The order will remain in place until 31 August 2013.

Jubilee Ward councillor David Walmsley said he was delighted with police efforts.

He said: “I would support the police in their work without question.

“They go to great lengths to gather everything they can to support the application for an ASBO.

“Cleveleys does have its problems especially in the summer months and school holidays.

“But we have an excellent neighbourhood police team in Cleveleys and I am delighted with their work.

If you have concerns about anti-social behaviour in your area, report it to the police on 0845 1 25 35 45 or to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.