Interim ASBO bans teen, 17, from licensed premises across Wisbech
A TEENAGER has been banned from entering any licensed premises in Wisbech under the terms of an interim Anti-Social Behaviour Order.
Keon Blake, 17, of Trinity Road, Walsoken, Wisbech, appeared at West Norfolk Magistrates’ Court, sitting in King’s Lynn, earlier this month.
He was made the subject of an interim ASBO pending a the main application for a full ASBO at the same court on July 17.
The order prohibits Blake from:
• Having an open container of alcohol in Wisbech Town Centre in the area of the Designated Public Places Order (DPPO).
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• Entering or remaining in any public house, wine bar, club or premises licensed to sell alcohol for consumption on the premises or beer garden in Wisbech Town Centre.
• Acting in a manner capable of causing harassment, alarm or distress in Wisbech Town Centre in the area of the DPPO.
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The court heard of nine incidents between October 28 last year and March 15 this year involving Blake being drunk and abusive in Wisbech.
The interim order was made due to the “nature and number of incidents” contained in the application that will be heard in July.
Sgt Dave Bax, who has compiled the application, said: “We are pleased the court saw fit to impose this interim order which bans Blake from drinking in licensed premises and being anti-social in Wisbech. The people of Wisbech should not have to tolerate this kind of behaviour.
“We would urge anyone who sees Blake breaching the terms of the order to contact police on 101”.