Recent Asbos imposed by courts in North East Lincolnshire
Anti-social behaviour orders are regularly imposed by courts in North East Lincolnshire to prevent criminals from committing crimes and to help them rehabilitate.
Here are the details of some current Asbos in place in this area, and who they are imposed on.
If you see anyone re-offending or breaking the terms of their Asbo, phone Humberside Police on 101. You should use 999 if they are committing a crime.
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Valid until: Friday, May 31 2013
Name: Travis Taylor
From: Wainfleet Road, Grimsby
Details of Asbo: The two-year order was imposed in August 2012, banning him from: Using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour in North East Lincolnshire; associating with Kyle Hargreaves, Liam Hargreaves, Declan Beck and Nicola Whelpton; entering an exclusion zone taking in a large part of the Nunsthorpe estate, Grimsby, bounded by Winchester Avenue and Sutcliffe Avenue; being drunk in public in North East Lincolnshire.
Why: Taylor last appeared before the courts on an attempted burglary charge. The Asbo was imposed after he caused problems to others after heavy drinking sessions. After the hearing, Sergeant Steve Foster said: “It is a shame that it has come down to this, as an Asbo is a last resort. Travis drinks vodka in large amounts and, when he is under the influence of that, and no doubt other forms of alcohol, he can behave violently towards others and also resorts to committing other criminal acts. He becomes a very difficult person to deal with and declines help from other agencies and he also breaches other court orders made against him. For all these reasons the Asbo is now necessary, both to help in giving him some kind of structure and rules to follow, but also to protect people who might come into contact with him, when he is in a state of drunkenness. I am told that he has no intention of conforming to the requirements placed on him and it is all the more important that we catch him quickly if he does breach.”
Name: Tyron Hardy
From: Sussex Court, Grimsby
Details of Asbo: Dubbed a teenage tearaway, his Asbo was extended for two years in September 2012 because of repeated anti-social behaviour. The terms of the new order were varied to ban him from: Using abusive, insulting, threatening or intimidating language or behaviour in North East Lincolnshire; associating with Ryan Tomney or Declan Carr in any public place in North East Lincolnshire, unless on an educational activity or under the supervision of the youth offending service; being in a group of three people, including himself, and causing a nuisance and annoyance to others in North East Lincolnshire.
Why: The court case heard that Hardy had persistently behaved in an anti-social way since the original order was made on September 15, 2010, including a hate campaign against a factory worker, whose front window was smashed 10 times. After the latest hearing, Sergeant Colin Jarratt, a neighbourhood policing team supervisor, said: “Tyron has a track record which indicates that he does not conform to court orders and that, sadly for him, included his last Asbo. We could have applied for an extension of more than two years for him but, with the local authority, we decided that two more years should see him out of his current offending pattern, provided he starts growing up and behaves himself. That will be the test for him. He has breached his previous Asbo in the past, in particular by associating with other young people who are criminally minded, and this has resulted in him being arrested before he and his friends have committed crimes. The new Asbo will continue to put serious constraints upon him which will assist us in controlling him and preventing him from harming people. It really is up to him now. If he does what we all want him to do, he will have his asbo reviewed after a year and it can be revoked, but if he continues to misbehave then we will deal with him very robustly.”
Name: Brent Caley
From: Humberston House, Immingham
Details of Asbo: Caley was jailed for three years in October 2012 for a violent street robbery, and was given a five-year Asbo. It bans him from entering four Immingham premises: Sainsbury’s, in Pelham Road; Poundstretcher, in Kennedy Way; The Factory Shop, in Washdyke Lane; and Manby Service Station. His latest offence saw him try to pickpocket his victim, and then assault him. It was part of wider problems Caley was causing for local businesses.
Why: Sergeant John Spowage, Immingham local policing team supervisor, said after the court hearing: “People such as Caley treat the staff within these shops with disdain and total disrespect to the extent that the various employees grow to be frightened, intimidated and upset when he enters their premises. Caley knows this and he preys on premises where women, in particular, are employed. In doing so, he causes a huge amount of fear. He is a bully who probably enjoys what he does.”
Name: Stephen Call
From: Patrick Street, Grimsby
Details of Asbo: Call was given a three-year anti-social behaviour order in October 2012 – his third such order. He is banned from: Using or engaging in any abusive, insulting, threatening or intimidating language or behaviour; congregating in groups of three, including himself, while causing a nuisance and annoyance to others; remaining in any premises when asked to leave by the owner or any employee or tenant of the property in North East Lincolnshire; deliberately touching or being in any vehicle not belonging to him without permission of the owner, excluding taxis, buses and other public transport where he’s a legitimate passenger.
Why: His latest crime was to burgle the home of a pensioner with another criminal, escaping with a large haul of stolen goods, and later crashing their car.
Name: Claire Wilson
From: Redbourne Road, Grimsby
Details of Asbo: Two-year order, banning Wilson from entering the following local stores: Somerfield/Co-op, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury’s/Jacksons, Spar/Tates, The Factory Shop, Boyes, Pennells Garden Centre, Argos, Poundstretcher, Matalan and Lloyds Pharmacy.
Why: Serial shoplifter Wilson was branded in court as a “one-woman crime wave”, and was jailed in November 2012 for six months after reverting to crime – stealing clothing from Grimsby Town Football Club, toiletries from a Co-op and whisky – just days after being released from another prison sentence. She was identified from closed circuit television pictures following an article in the Grimsby Telegraph. She had already been given an Asbo in December because of her prolific thieving.
Name: Mark Stubbs
Details of Asbo: An original two-year Asbo made in December 2010 has been extended by two more years, with tougher conditions, imposed by Hull Magistrates’ Court in November 2012.
Why: Chief Inspector Will Jenkins said: “Stubbs can get very aggressive and violent with police officers, police community support officers and those who try to catch and detain him in shops.
“His record is appalling and he has breached his current Asbo several times in the two years that he has had it.
“The new Asbo has two exclusion zones that will far better protect shopkeepers and shoppers than before.
“Stubbs will remain in prison over the festive season, and he is due for release early in February 2013.
“When he does come back, we will be ready for him and, at the slightest sign of him misbehaving, we will make sure that he is arrested and put back before the courts.”
Conditions of the new Asbo: Stubbs is banned from remaining in any premises when asked to leave; acting, or inciting others to act, in an antisocial manner by causing harassment, alarm or distress; entering an exclusion zone area including St Peter’s Avenue, Cleethorpes, and Grimsby town centre; being drunk in any public place.