Wembley teenager who assaulted a police officer is banned from misbehaving in public

Khaybar Erfan, 19, has been given a Crasbo

Khaybar Erfan, 19, has been given a Crasbo - Credit: Archant

A teenager from Wembley who assaulted a police officer during a street fight with gang rivals has been banned from displaying any yobbish behaviour in public.

Khaybar Erfan, of Windsor Crescent, Wembley, faces being hauled before the courts if he breaches the terms of the two-year Conviction Related Anti-social Behaviour Order (CRASBO).

The 19-year-old attacked the officer during the melee which took place in an alleyway near Peace Grove, Wembley, on May 17 this year.

Under the terms of the order he must not ‘act in a public place within the Greater London area whilst in a group of two or more persons in a manner which causes or is likely to cause any person to fear for their safety’.

The CRASBO, granted at Harrow Crown Court, lasts until December 2015

PC David John from Brent Police, said: “Khaybar Erfan has been a member of a local street gang for a number of years. His continued association with this gang and his continued commission of acts of anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated and Brent Police will seek to enforce any breach of this order to the full extent of the law.

“If any of Erfan’s associates continue with their anti-social behaviour, similar orders will be sought against them immediately the opportunity arises.”