Southport schoolboy given restraining order after a string of violence against female


After 13 months of punching, spitting, slapping and other violence the unnamed schoolboy gets punished for his actions against unnamed female.

The teenager admitted to causing the violence on more than one occasion starting around 5th November 2013 when he punched the unnamed female in the face. He also admitted to pulling the females hair and spitting in her face around February 2014 when he was just 14 years old.

The vicious attacks continued later in August 2014 with the schoolboy slapping his victim, punching her in the chest as well as hitting her with a bag causing her to fall and sustain injuries to her knees and legs. The teenager also admitted to pushing his face into the females as he then proceeded to grab her arm and drag her away before head-butting her in the face on 30th November.

The teen was prosecuted by Merseyside Police under the Protection From Harassment Act 1997 at Sefton Youth Court were he pleaded guilty to all allegations made against him.

The teen was given a restraining order which stops him from contacting, approaching or communicating either with his victim as well as two other females named by the court, either by himself, servant or agent, or via social media. He his also not aloud to enter a named road in Southport.

The individual was ordered to pay £100 compensation to his victim, plus £100 court court costs.He is also subjected to a Sefton Youth Offender Panel for the next 12 months.


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