A MAN has been banned from entering a Bewdley street after his CRASBO came into effect upon being released from prison.
The two year criminal anti-social behaviour order (CRASBO) given to Brett Dunn, 24, of no fixed address, prevents him from setting foot in Belverdere Crescent.
The order was granted in November and came into effect today following his release from prison for burglary and criminal damage at his parents' home and for committing other offences in that street.
It runs until November, 2016 and if Dunn breaches the order he could be jailed for up to five years.
Dunn has been known to police since he was 13 and has 29 convictions for various offences.
Kidderminster magistrates were told Dunn's anti-social behaviour was mainly committed in Belvedere Crescent, often causing disturbance in the street and annoyance to the residents, who were distressed at his presence there.
Jenny Willems, community harm co-ordinator at West Mercia Police, said: "Dunn had been seen throwing stones and kicking the windows of his parents' home and car and there are also reports of him being disorderly in the street.
"The order does not ban Dunn from having contact with his parents but they will have to meet away from the home address to protect other residents from behaviour which causes them alarm, harassment and distress."