Crewe Police are continuing to work with officials across the county to combat yobs who go to neighboring cities to motive the problem.
In November, Cheshire Live stated how youths were journeying from Crewe to Sandbach and Congleton to terrorize neighborhood citizens and agencies. Police vowed to step up patrols following some complaints from residents and joined forces with British Transport Police to tackle re-occurring anti-social behavior. Officers undertook some of the movements to address the difficulty, and some of the arrests were also made.
However, despite issuing Criminal Behaviour Orders to some youths, one has persevered to re-offend, so police are continuing to awareness their efforts on gangs of teenagers, which can often be the usage of public transport to visit different cities dedicate ASB. Sgt Andy Baker from Crewe Police stated: “Four Criminal Behaviour Orders have been granted before Christmas in opposition to 4 young humans from Crewe elderly among 12-14 years with situations which covered their behavior in Congleton. “Since those have been granted, no further incidents had been mentioned concerning 3 of the boys. However, the fourth continued to misbehave and breached his order, for which he becomes arrested.
“He is now a concern to a Youth Rehabilitation Order which includes digital tagging and is awaiting trial for more than one offenses in Crewe. “We accept as true with this highlights how powerful such orders are at making sure young human beings behave correctly and inside the law.
“Officers from Crewe hold to paintings carefully with colleagues from Sandbach, Congleton, and the British Transport Police in identifying additional individuals of the group of boys who often travel from Crewe to Congleton and Sandbach to cause trouble.
“Only closing week 3 youths from Crewe have been arrested in Sandbach and charged with robbery.
“To address their behavior, we can additionally be looking for CBOs to be issued in opposition to them to lower their behavior and therefore cause similarly decreases in crime and anti-social behavior across the three towns.”