Teenage yobs banned from being together in Brent
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Kareem Francis Reid, 15, and Saeed Ali, 14, have been slapped with Asbos
A pair of teenage yobs who terrorised the borough with their tearaway friends have been banned from being together in public and hit with three-year Asbos.
Kareem Francis Reid, 15, and 14-year-old Saeed Ali, both from the NW10 area have been banned from entering any private gardens, driveways or yard of any homes in the borough for the next three years and will not be allowed to be together in any public place.
Reid has also been banned from socialising with Errelle Williams – Campbell and Kareem Labardie while Ali has also been banned from being in public with Aaron Chen, both are also banned from being in any public place with Toine Chen.
Chief Inspector Andy Jones said: “The obtaining of these orders indicates yet again that the Brent Community Safety Partnership will use every power available to us to control the behaviour of those who offend or commit anti social behaviour on this Borough.
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“The two individuals concerned should be warned that the police will stringently monitor the terms of this ASBO and that any breaches will be dealt with accordingly.”
Cllr. Lincoln Beswick MBE, Brent Council’s lead member for crime prevention and public safety, said: “I’m very pleased that such decisive action has been taken against these two individuals whose persistently appalling behaviour was causing anxiety and distress among residents in NW10 and surrounding areas.”
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