Teenage boy banned from parts of Ashton for two years
Thursday 19th October 2017 16:11 Ashton News Tameside Posted by Tom Greggan

A teenage boy had been banned from parts of Ashton for two years due to anti-social behaviour.

17-year-old Kash Parkinson has been given a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order, which bars him from the Smallshaw and Broadoak areas of the town.

Kash Parkinson is banned from the Smallshaw and Broadoak areas of Ashton.

The order also bans Parkinson from associating with groups of five or more people below the age of 21, unless supervised.

Additionally, he will breach the order by threatening or engaging in abusive, intimidating or violent behaviour, or riding in or on a motorised vehicle without permission, unless as a fayre paying passenger.

The order is a result of decicated work by the Hurst neighbourhood policing team; PC Naylor and PCSOs Jones and Chadwick.

Further action will be taken should Parkinson breach any of the set conditions. If anyone sees him breach the order, they’re asked to ring 101 or call 999 in an emergency. Alternatively, they can call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.