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UPDATE: Malvern teen fined for breaching CRASBO

Malvern Editorial 14th Oct, 2014 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

A TEENAGER who was banned from entering parts of Malvern has been fined for breaking the terms of a court order.

Lewis Jones was arrested on Thursday (October 9) in Elgar Avenue, where he was prohibited from going by a Criminal Anti Social Behaviour Order (CRASBO) issued at Worcester Youth Court on Tuesday, September 30.

He appeared at the same venue on Saturday (October 11) where he was handed a £100 fine and ordered to pay £50 in court costs as well as a £20 victim surcharge.

The 18-year-old from Cotswold Road had been originally convicted following reports of a number of offences including defecating in public, criminal damage, drinking in alcohol free zones and disturbing residents at unsocial able hours.

The CRASBO banned him from entering Elgar Avenue, the immediate area outside of Moat Way shops as well as part of Pound Bank Road in Malvern.

Jones was also ordered not to use foul, abusive and threatening language as well as to not appear in a public place with three specific individuals.

He was also banned from making any contact with another person.

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