Brent burglar banned from entering private properties in England and Wales

Solomon Jeffers has been jailed for three years and given a post conviction Asbo

Solomon Jeffers has been jailed for three years and given a post conviction Asbo - Credit: Archant

A burglar who targeted a house in Kensal Green has been jailed and banned from entering any private property in England and Wales for seven years.

Solomon Jeffers, 48, was served with a conviction Asbo and jailed for three years after he admitted breaking into the property in Harrow Road on April 26 this year.

Under the terms of the order once he is released from prison he is barred from entering the private gardens, driveways or yards or any other residential property without the occupants permission.

The only exception is if he needs to gain entry through a paid job such as a postman or deliver driver.

PC David John from Brent’s anti-social behaviour teams, said: “Brent Police and Brent Council will target all criminals who commit such offences with similar Asbos and make every effort to bring the full weight of this legislation onto their shoulders.

“We hope that this will help to prevent further offending and deter those who would wish to commit such crimes in the future.”

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