STOCKTON'S Anti Social Behaviour Team has secured a two-year Anti Social Behaviour Order at Teesside Magistrates Court today (17 August).
The Order was granted against 17-year-old John Lee Allison, of Northport Road, Stockton. It prevents him from:
Behaving in a way that causes, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household as himself
Threatening or intimidating any other person
Possessing an open container of alcohol in an outdoor public place
Entering or attempting to enter the area known as Campbell Court Flats, Portrack Estate, Stockton. This includes the gardens and communal blocks of the area
Entering or attempting to enter the area known as Norton School, on Berkshire Road, Stockton. This includes the playing fields and car parks of the school.
Allison had previously ignored warnings given by Stockton Council's Anti Social Behaviour Team.
Councillor Steve Nelson, Stockton Council's Cabinet Member for Housing and Community Safety, said: "This Order is welcomed as it sends out a clear message to the residents of the community that anti social behaviour will not be tolerated and we will take action against those who have ignored warnings given to them.
"People living in the Borough have the right to go about their daily lives without being subject to anti social behaviour and abuse."
Anyone who wants to report Anti Social Behaviour can contact Stockton Council's Anti Social Behaviour Team on (01642) 607943 or email [email protected]