Teen Brent burglar banned from entering any private property in London

Rhys Sparrock has been served with a CRASSBO

Rhys Sparrock has been served with a CRASSBO - Credit: Archant

A teenager burglar who struck in Brent has been banned from entering any private property in London when he is released from jail.

Rhys Sparrock, 19, from Harrow, has been served with an Asbo preventing him from entering the private gardens or yards of any residential properties without permission of the owner of occupier.

The only exception of the five-year long order is if he needs to do so as part of his job.

Brent Police took out the measure after he was jailed for 14 months for burglary in February.

Chief Inspector Andy Jones said: “We continue to effectively utilise the orders as a robust and powerful means to curtail the behaviour of those that commit crime and ASB on this borough.”

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