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Action against Crowland boy hit with injunction is 'sad but necessary'




Councillors in Crowland have welcomed an injunction served on a teenage boy after repeated disorder in the town.Photo by Tim Wilson. (3008117)
Councillors in Crowland have welcomed an injunction served on a teenage boy after repeated disorder in the town.Photo by Tim Wilson. (3008117)

Civic leaders in Crowland have welcomed the action taken against a teenage boy responsible for causing "undue harassment and distress" in the town.

A six-month injunction served on a 15-year-old boy alleged to have been involved in a spate of vandalism, disorder and bad behaviour in Crowland over recent months was described as "sad but necessary", by parish and district councillor Bryan Alcock.

Under the terms of the injunction, laid down by Boston magistrates on Monday, the boy could be hit with a supervision or detention order if he causes trouble anywhere in South Holland between now and mid-December.


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