MAGISTRATES have slapped ASBOs on two tearaway brothers.
Asa Garner, 16, and Aaron Garner, 17, could face custodial sentences if they breach the strict terms of the three-year orders, which were imposed at a hearing at Chester Youth Court on Wednesday.
Asa, of Gibbon Drive, Lostock Gralam has 11 conditions attached to his ASBO.
Aaron, of Royle Street, Rudheath, has seven conditions on his order. Both brothers are prohibited from congregating in a group of three or more people, and using foul and abusive language in a public place.
PC Fiona Datoo, of Northwich Community Action Team, said: “These ASBOs have come about as a result of almost a year of evidence gathering.
“These two have persistently acted in an anti-social manner which has manifested itself in a variety of forms - including abusive behaviour and graffiti.”
The pair are also banned from entering Lostock Gralam with the exception of two streets, Manchester Road and Fryer Road. They are only allowed to enter the areas if doing so to use public transport, or if travelling in a car.
Both brothers are prohibited from:
Acting, inciting or encouraging others to act in an anti-social manner.
Using, or encouraging others to use, foul, abusive, insulting, offensive, threatening or intimidating language or behaviour in a public place.
Threatening, inciting or encouraging others to engage in violence or damage against a person or property.
Drinking alcohol in any public place or being found in a public place in the possession of alcohol in a container of which the seal has been broken.
Associating with five named people in any place to which the public has access.
Approaching, threatening, intimidating or communicating with various people.
Congregating on the public highway or in a public open space in a group of three or more people in a manner causing or likely to cause any person to fear for their safety.
Asa Garner is also prohibited from:
Defacing any building or structure internally or externally.
Being found in possession of any aerosol paint spray or marker pen in a public place.
Lighting or attempting to light fires without lawful authority, or inciting or encouraging others to do the so.
Entering the grounds of Rudheath Community High School.