Bognor teenager receives criminal conduct order

A “disruptive” teenager has been issued a criminal behavior order to try and end his ongoing offences.

An injunction has been filed for 17-year-old Mason McGarry after he was convicted of assault by beating and brawling.

McGarry, from Bognor, had Sussex Police apply the order and it was approved by Brighton Magistrates’ Court on 9 December.

The 12-month order means he must not meet three named people who act in an anti-social manner that causes harassment, alarm or distress, and must not wear balaclavas or face coverings.

Sergeant Sam Fenner of the Arun and Chichester Neighborhood Police Team said: “This criminal conduct order will curtail McGarry’s conduct which has been influential, frequent and disruptive to the local community.

“It also works both ways. Choosing to contribute to society and live a law-abiding life will protect him. However, if he chooses to continue his crime, it gives officers an effective mechanism to take action.”

McGarry must notify Sussex Police within three days of any change of ownership or use of a mechanically propelled vehicle such as a motor vehicle. B. an e-scooter, car, motorcycle or scrambler.

The Argus: Mason McGarry of BognorMason McGarry of Bognor (Image: Sussex Police)

He cannot visit or enter Brickfield Close, Bognor.

Nor can he visit Collyer Avenue, Bognor unless accompanied by his mother or a responsible adult.

The order states that he “must not wear or wear a balaclava or face covering unless required to wear a surgical face mask indoors in accordance with legislation in force at the time. These include but are not limited to a balaclava, scarf, bandana, headscarf, shemagh and shawl.”

There are no automatic reporting restrictions for persons under the age of 18 in proceedings for the issuance of criminal penalties. Bognor teenager receives criminal conduct order

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