Top cop's warning to teenage terrors
WE'RE after you!That's the clear message today from a top Suffolk police officer to young thugs.Meanwhile the county's assistant chief constable has called on magistrates to come down hard on young troublemakers.
By James Fraser
WE'RE after you!
That's the clear message today from a top Suffolk police officer to young thugs.
Meanwhile the county's assistant chief constable has called on magistrates to come down hard on young troublemakers.
At the end of a week that has seen 14-year-old Luke Singleton banned from every Co-op in Whitton in Ipswich, teenage joyrider Sheldon Petrie jailed, and an epidemic of car vandalism across the town, police have pledged a crackdown on young louts.
Chief Inspector Alan Pawsey said there would be many more Anti-Social Behaviour Orders(ASBOs) to come.
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"This is only the beginning," he said. "There are others out there like him (Singleton). There are other ASBOs in the pipeline and those people need to very concerned.
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