Wembley teen given Asbo

14-year-old banned from making people fear for their safety

A 14-year-old boy from Wembley has been given an anti-social behaviour order (ASBO).

Karama Mohammed Karama is not allowed to hang around in a public place with a group of two or more people or act in a manner which is likely to cause anyone to fear for their safety. He appeared at Brent Youth Court on Friday (March 9).

Cllr Lincoln Beswick MBE, lead member for crime prevention and public safety, said: “Most young people in Brent are law abiding and a credit to their parents and our community, but where despite help and guidance young people turn to crime, we will take robust action and do everything in our power to protect the people in Brent from them.”

Chief Inspector Taff Thomas said: “The Metropolitan Police treats anti-social behaviour very seriously and in conjunction with our statutory and voluntary partners, we will take out appropriate orders, to prevent further offending.”

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