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‘Friend ban’ for teen yob who terrorised Wembley traders and residents

15:48 08 October 2012

An Asbo has been granted against Gowrikaran Sivarajeswaran

An Asbo has been granted against Gowrikaran Sivarajeswaran

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Gowrikaran Sivarajeswaran, 18, from Greenford, faces arrest if he mingles with Prinay Bharat in public

A teenage yob who terrorised residents and traders in Wembley has been banned from mingling with one of his friends in public.

Gowrikaran Sivarajeswaran, 18, from Greenford, faces arrest if he is seen out with Prinay Bharat, who is also 18, anywhere in London.

He is also barred from behaving unreasonably in public if he is out with anyone else under the terms of the four-year long Asbo granted against him by Brent Police.

A/Chief Inspector Sean Lynch from Brent Safer Neighbourhood Teams, said: “This individual has made life very difficult for local residents and business.

“Brent Police will take a strong stance in such cases.”

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