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Fourteen-Year-Old Hull Boy Recieves Two Year ASBO In West Hull

January 3, 2013, 2:08 pm

Hull born Christopher John Smith, of Cavill Place, Hull, has been given a two year Anti Social Behaviour Order for causing ASB and for committing crimes in the Boothferry and Gipsyville areas in the west of the City.

Smith, a 14 year old local teenager, has been given the following prohibitions until 17 December 2014:

Christopher must not;

1. Engage in, and incite others to engage in, any behaviour that causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to any person not of the same household as himself, anywhere throughout the Humberside area *as shown on map.

2. Engage in, and incite others to engage in, any behaviour that is insulting, abusive, threatening or disruptive to others anywhere throughout the Humberside area *as shown on the map

3. Remain in or on any premises having been asked to leave by the lawful owner or their agent.

4. Throw any item at any person, animal, property or vehicle at any place within the Humberside area *as shown on the map [except when taking part in any ball game or sporting activity in a properly designated place, such as a sports facility or public park].

PC Trevor Needham, of Pickering NPT, said: “Christophers behaviour has not only been of an anti social nature in the past, but it also put him in danger.

“Hopefully the ASBO will not only protect the general public, but Christopher as well. Christopher had an Interim ASBO leading up to the court case on 18 December, 2012, but Officers from the local Neighbourhood Policing Team have already seen a massive improvement in his behaviour within the Pickering Ward and we hope this can continue.”

If you see Christopher Smith breaching any of his conditions, contact Humberside Police on 101.

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