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Teenager who terrorised Crewe residents jailed and banned from parts of town

A teenager will be banned from parts of Crewe after he is released from jail, after 'terrorising' residents.

Police say 18-year-old Jordan Everall, of Claughton Avenue, had committed a string of anti-social behaviour incidents over a prolonged period of time, including intimidation and criminal damage.

The issue came to a head in February with an assault on a 47-year-old man in Brookhouse Lane.

On 23 June Everall was convicted at Crewe Magistrates of assault by beating and sentenced to 20 weeks in prison.

He was also handed a Criminal Behaviour Order, which means: 

  • Everall cannot enter areas including Salisbury Close and Ursuline Way, Brookhouse Estate, including Pebblebrook Park, as well as all alleyways to and from Claughton Avenue unless prior permission has been the local inspector;
  • Everall is prohibited from encouraging others to use foul, abusive, insulting, offensive, threatening, disorderly or intimidating language or behaviour towards any person in a public place, this include building the public has access to;
  • Everall is also prohibited from associating with two named people and from acting in any anti-social manner that is likely to cause alarm, harassment or distress to any person. He also has to engage with the Navigate Team and local policing unit.

Insp Glyn Leech, from Crewe Local Policing Unit, added: “Everall had been causing a misery for residents for some time, and thanks to help from the public and our partners we were able to secure a criminal Behavour Order to prevent further distress in the community.

"I hope this sends a strong message that we will not tolerate this kind of behaviour in our towns and, working closely with our partners, we will take robust action against those committing anti-social behaviour.”

Councillor Paul Bates, Cheshire East Council Cabinet member for Finance and Communities said: “His behaviour impacted on members of the public.

"I hope this Criminal Behaviour Order will give this him the boundaries he needs to improve his behaviour.”

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