Police officers in Ribbleton have distributed leaflets and posters about the banning of a 15-year-old boy from a Moor Nook estate.Advertisement
Alan Eastham of Bowland Road has terrorised the estate and is now subject to a three-year anti-social behaviour order (ASBO).
Over the last two years officers detailed how he caused a number of incidents including disorder, abusing residents and violent behaviour.
Moor Nook PCSO Matt Witte said: “Over the years, Eastham has caused a catalogue of problems for local residents.
“These leaflets are intended to make people who live and work in the area aware that he is now banned from entering Moor Nook.
“I hope that this ASBO will protect the community from further acts of anti-social behaviour and send a clear message that we treat anti-social behaviour seriously.”
The conditions of his ASBO limit him to only enter Moor Nook via a clearly identified route to and from his home address.
He is also banned from causing harassment, alarm or distress and cannot associate with Brandon Clitheroe, 15, Luke Killeen, 15, Adam Killeen, 15, Rory Reneghan, 16, and Gary Hampson, 13.
A total of 350 leaflets and posters have been handed out and the ASBO remains in place until 6 March 2016.
View a copy of the leaflet below including exact details of where Eastham is banned from
Alan Eastham ASBO by BlogPreston
To report a breach of the ASBO or anti-social behaviour in the area call the police on 101.