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Poole handing out ASBOs for anti-social behaviour
FOUR people from Poole have been given an anti-social behavioural order by Borough of Poole for causing harassment and alarm to communities in the town.
Poole council’s Safe Communities Team have been successful in obtaining the anti-social behavioural orders, or ASBOs as they are more commonly known, in place for two years for each of the following individuals.
Kim Tobias Morgan, a 36-year-old man from Blandford Road in Hamworthy, who terrorised his neighbour and his parents, whilst also setting fire to his sofa, leading to the emergency services being called, was given a two-year ASBO.
Martin Lazenby, a 46-year-old rough sleeper’s ASBO prohibits him from large areas of Poole town centre following his alcohol-fuelled behaviour towards residents and businesses in the town.
A 16-year-old male from Canford Heath was given one of the orders after the court heard about how his prolific offending affected local communities, including theft of motorbikes, criminal damage, threats, and attempted break-ins.
Finally, a 16-year-old Creekmoor resident had an ASBO placed on him after the court heard how, along with his friends, he intimidated staff and shoppers at the Neighbourhood Centre, in Canford Heath.
Ian Cooke, safer communities manager at Borough of Poole, said: “These latest ASBOs and the four others we have at various stages of application demonstrate the council’s commitment to protecting our communities and vulnerable residents from others whose behaviour causes them harm.
“The message for those whose behaviour causes nuisance and harassment in Poole is that with our partners we will take whatever measures necessary to protect our communities.”
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