ASBOs for persistent Poole offenders
FOUR men from Poole who have been harassing local communities have been given two-year ASBOs (anti-social behaviour orders).
A 16-year-old from Canford Heath received the ASBO after the court heard how his prolific offending affected local communities. His behaviour included theft of motorbikes, criminal damage, threats and attempted break-ins.
Martin Lazenby, a 46-year old rough sleeper, is now prohibited from entering large areas of Poole town centre because of his alcohol fuelled behaviour towards residents and businesses in the town.
Kim Tobias Morgan, 35, of 37 Blandford Road, Hamworthy received an ASBO after the court heard how he was abusive and threatening to his neighbour and his parents and set his sofa alight resulting in services being called.
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A 16-year old from Creekmoor received an order after the court heard how with his friends he intimidated staff and shoppers at the Neighbourhood Centre in Canford Heath.
Ian Cooke, safer communities manager, Borough of Poole, said: "These latest ASBOs and the four others we have at various stages of application demonstrate the council's commitment to protecting our communities and vulnerable residents from others whose behaviour causes them harm. The message for those whose behaviour causes nuisance and harassment in Poole is that with our partners we will take what ever measures necessary to protect our communities."