A WIGAN teen has been handed a two year criminal anti-social behaviour (CRASBO) order after appearing magistrates for breaching a previous conditions.
Lewis Gregory, of Beverley Road, who appeared at Wigan and Leigh Youth Court earlier this month, has been told he cannot associate with certain youths or be in a group of three or more in the Marsh Green area.
The 14-year-old had breached terms of a previous order imposed on him by associating with youths he was not permitted to.
The terms of his CRASBO are to not use abusive, insulting, offensive and/or intimidating language or behaviour within sight or hearing of any person not of the same household as himself in the borough of Wigan.
To not throw objects at shop premises, domestic properties or at vehicles or persons.
He is not permitted associate with any of the following persons in any public place in the borough, unless accompanied by an appropriate or authorised adult, which includes attending a pre-arranged appointment with Youth Offending Team (YOT), Police, Social Services, a solicitor or any other activity supervised by a local Government body; Lulzim Kquki, Stephen Gillmartin, William Fenlon, Lewis Hare, Jordan Williams, Luke Stothers, Matthew Stothers and Razia Kqiku.
And not be in a group of three or more whilst in the area outlined by a red line on the map (pictured above).
Unless accompanied by an appropriate or authorised adult, which includes attending a pre-arranged appointment with YOT, Police, Social Services, or any other activity supervised by the above.
A breach can be reported to Wigan Police on 101.