Asbos end gang’s bully reign

FIVE youths who made life a living hell for residents were banned from an estate. The self-proclaimed Chalkhill Blue Boys were served with Anti-Social Behaviour Orders lasting two years for terrorising the Chalkhill Estate, off Forty Lane, Wembley, over

FIVE youths who made life a living hell for residents were banned from an estate.

The self-proclaimed 'Chalkhill Blue Boys' were served with Anti-Social Behaviour Orders lasting two years for terrorising the Chalkhill Estate, off Forty Lane, Wembley, over 12 months.

Faisal Yussuf, 17, Hashi Ali, 18, Zakary Duad, 17, Awale Mohammed Hassan, 16, and Khyber Erfan, 17, abused residents, threatened police and damaged a primary school, committing various acts of burglary, assault and criminal damage on the estate and a nearby Asda store.

Cllr Lincoln Beswick, MBE, leader member for community safety, said: "I fully support these Asbos. We should be intolerant of any such


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behaviour. This is a clear message, don't or you will lose your liberty."

Faisal Yusuf is banned from the whole area of the Chalkhill estate

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except from his home address to Blackbird Hill, and out of the estate.

Hashi Ali is banned from the whole area along the boundaries of Forty lane, Blackbird Hill, Brent River line, the underground track line and Bridge Road up to Forty Lane.

Zakary Daud is banned from the whole area of the Chalkhill estate except from his home address along Bowater Road to Chalkhill Road, and out of the estate.

He may not enter Asda or its car parks.

Awale Mohammed Hassan is banned from the whole area except from his home address onto Chalkhill Road to Bridge Road, and out of the estate. He may not enter Asda or its grounds car parks.

Kyber Erfan is banned from the whole area except from his home address along Windsor Crescent to Chalkhill Road, then directly out of the estate. He may not enter Asda or its car parks.

Taff Thomas, Chief Inspector for Brent

Safer Neighbourhoods, said: "These individuals made life very difficult for residents.

"This order demonstrates that the local Safer Neighbourhood Teams will work hard with partners and residents to readdress the balance and demonstrate that we will take opportunities such as there are to curb behaviour, which blights our local people."

The estate has a history of anti-social

behaviour beginning in 2003, when seven members of the 'Press Road Crew' received the most severe Asbos of their time and were banned from the area for a full five years. The Chalkhill Blue Boys gang is said to have 16 members.

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