A Preston teenager has been barred from going into a retail park and supermarket in Deepdale.Advertisement
John Albert Fisher, 13, has been slapped with a criminal behaviour order.
Preston Police applied for the order which stops Fisher entering Deepdale Retail Park (Shopping Park) or Morrisons supermarket or car park in Blackpool Road unless accompanied by a family member.
The 13-year-old is also banned from going outside between the hours of 9pm and 7am. Instead he must remain at his Ribbleton home with his mother.
He’s also been banned from associating with two named individuals.
It follows a spree of anti-social behaviour in Deepdale and Ribbleton, including an assault.
Leaflets about Fisher’s banning order, which lasts until January 2018, have been circulated around Deepdale.
A spokesman for Preston Police said: “If you think you have seen Fisher breaching his Criminal Behaviour Order please tell us. We promise to act fast on what you tell us about him or any others who act in an anti-social way. We will offer the support you need to help us bring offenders to court.
“Fisher is now suffering the consequences of his behaviour. If others behave in a threatening, alarming or distressing way we should work together to stop them and to make the area we live safer.
“By getting involved and having the courage to speak out, we can make people like Fisher accountable for their actions. Help improve your local community and take back control.”
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The court order prohibits Fisher from taking place in behaviour as listed below:
The meaning of anti-social behaviour means a) conduct that has caused, or is likely to cause, harassment alarm or distress to any person, b) conduct capable of causing nuisance or annoyance to a person in relation to that person’s occupation or residential premises, or c) conduct capable of causing housing related nuisance or annoyance to any person
Anyone who spots Fisher breaking his order can call Lancashire Police on 101.