A 14-YEAR-OLD girl from Barnton could be given an ASBO if convicted of two public order offences.
The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has picked up a string of convictions for “relatively low-level” offences over the past year and once threatened to bomb Northwich police station.
She appeared before magistrates at Vale Royal Youth Court on Wednesday charged with two offences of threatening behaviour and failing to comply with a court order issued for a previous offence.
But the new cases against her were adjourned to allow a forensic psychiatrist to assess her mental state. She will meet a doctor in March ahead of her next court hearing on April 9.
Carolyn Viviani, prosecuting, said police could apply for an ASBO to be served on the girl if she is convicted.
In the mean time she will be subject to an 11pm to 7am curfew and must not associate with a specified individual in a public place.