Twin girls have been banned from West Malling town centre after being handed an ASBO by Sevenoaks Magistrates court yesterday.
18-year-old Chelsea Shannon Scott and her twin sister Leonie Vicky Scott of Eccles have both been handed a two year ASBO after causing a repeated nuisance and committing several public order offences in the West Malling and Aylesford areas.
Twin sisters Chelsea Shannon Scott & Leonie Vicky Scott are banned from West Malling after being handed an ASBO.
Twins Chelsea and Leonie Scott have been handed Asbos
banning them from West Malling town centre in Kent following
a three-year crime spree.
The ASBO runs from 9 May 2012 to 8 May 2014. The magistrates granted the ASBO after hearing a litany of offences that occurred over the past three years, including assault on police, criminal damage, shoplifting and harassment.
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No ASBO for these twins
The order bans the twin girls from entering West Malling town centre, Eaton Place in Larkfield and Tesco in Lunsford Park Aylesford.
The twins are also not allowed to travel in a car driven by their friend Amee Keller-Bond, except on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between 6am and 9pm.
Chief Inspector Jon Kirby comments: "Anti-Social Behaviour Orders are served to protect the public from individuals who repeatedly cause a nuisance. Hopefully, by granting this ASBO, it will make the Scott twins realise the consequences of their actions. It limits their freedom to enter the town of West Malling, Eaton Place and Tesco in Larkfield, which will hopefully deter future offending.
Such offences are a blight on the town of West Malling and I and my colleagues are committed to clamping down on such nuisance behaviour, wherever it occurs. We want to enforce acceptable levels of behaviour and take action against the minority of people who are intent on intimidating or harassing others.
This Anti-Social Behaviour Order should deal with the pattern of behaviour they have displayed over the past 3 years and hopefully break this cycle of offending. It will run for a period of two years and we are keen to ensure that it is properly enforced. I would therefore call on anyone who witnesses the twins breaching their ASBO to contact the police on 101."
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