A 23-year-old man from Crewe has been handed a two year criminal behaviour order after making the lives of neighbours a misery.
Tarren Mingins, from Smallbrook Walk in Crewe was given a two year criminal behaviour at Crewe Magistrates court on 23 October 2019. The Order has conditions not to cause a public nuisance, or throw any item in a public place or causing damage to property that is not his own in such a way that would cause distress to another person.
He is also ordered not to force entry into anyone’s property and is barred from entering an exclusion zone which incorporates the Brookhouse Estate including Davenport Avenue, The Birches, Claughton Avenue, The Circle, Briggs Avenue and all alleyways.
Mingins is permitted to enter Heywood Green, Smallbrook Walk, The Brookhouse Drive play area and the path from Heywood Green to the Brookhouse Drive play area as well as parts of Artle Road and Brookhouse Drive.
Mingins is also barred from associating with named people.
PC Sheridan Tomkinson said: “Tarren caused misery for a number of years making lives difficult for those affected. The conditions placed on Tarren mean that if he breaks them he faces time in prison.
“I hope this sends a strong message that we will not tolerate this kind of behaviour or bullying and intimidation in our town, and continue to work closely with our partners to take robust action against those who persistently cause a misery in our community."