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Grafetti pest's ASBO order

PUBLISHED: 18:10 02 September 2009 | UPDATED: 11:01 23 August 2010

A 17-YEAR-OLD has been handed a two year anti-social behaviour order preventing him from spraying graffiti. Charles Sherwood, of Huntley Avenue, Northfleet, received the order after appearing at Dartford Magistrates Court on August 25. Under the terms o

A 17-YEAR-OLD has been handed a two year anti-social behaviour order preventing him from spraying graffiti.

Charles Sherwood, of Huntley Avenue, Northfleet, received the order after appearing at Dartford Magistrates Court on August 25.

Under the terms of the order, he is prohibited from carrying any spray paint or permanent marker in any public place.

He is the second person this type of anti-social behaviour order has been imposed on, the other was placed on Jake Devenney, 18, of York Road, Gravesend, who received a three year order in February.

Chief Inspector Philip Painter said: "During thee early part of 2009, there was a marked increase in graffiti in Northfleet in particular.

"We were being considered on regular basis by people living in the community who spoke of the depressing and demoralising effect returning home to find their properties damaged had on them.


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