Southport man, Warren Peter Wright, given criminal behaviour order

29th May 2015

Southport man Warren Peter Wright, 43, of Knowsley Road, Southport, has been given a criminal behaviour order after a number of crimes and anti-social behaviour. 

Wright was convicted of 10 ASBO breaches, two failures to surrender, two thefts, two attempted thefts, and three counts of criminal damage. The order bans Write from entering the Central 12 retail park as well as using threatening or abusive words or behaviour including shouting and screaming, that causes or is likely to alarm or distress to any person in Southport. He is also not allowed to drink alcohol on any street in Southport and can only enter Eastbank Street to collect benefits or for 30 minutes prior to any appointment at the Job Centre.

Neighbourhood Inspector Graham Fisher said: “Together with our partners, Merseyside Police will continue to use all available legislation to tackle anti-social behaviour. I would ask that the public continue to play their important role in identifying those who behave anti-socially within their communities.”


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