Wigan teenager twice breached court order preventing him from contacting female

A Wigan teen who twice breached a non-molestation order has been given a suspended detention period.

Monday, 12th April 2021, 12:41 pm
Updated Monday, 12th April 2021, 12:42 pm

A Wigan teen who twice breached a non-molestation order has been given a suspended detention period. Paul Lafrenz, 18, of Falconwood Close, Gidlow, appeared before borough justices to admit texting a named female on February 5 and contacting her on Instagram on March 19 when barred from doing so.

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He was given eight weeks’ detention suspended for 12 months. Lafrenz must also complete 20 days of rehab activities and pay £213 to the court and victim services.

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A Wigan teen who twice breached a non-molestation order has been given a suspended detention period

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