Sidmouth ASBO teen told to 'grow up'
A SIDMOUTH teen accused of breaching his ASBO was told by magistrates to grow up.
A SIDMOUTH teen accused of breaching his ASBO was told by magistrates to "grow up."
Ibrahim Jabri, 18, faces three charges of breaching the ASBO, which was imposed in October 2008, and breach of a conditional discharge.
Appearing at Central Devon Magistrates' Court last Friday, Jabri, of no fixed abode, entered no plea to the charges.
He is accused of associating in public with Paul Smith on three occasions- contrary to one of the conditions of his ASBO- and failing to attend a Probation Service meeting.
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Magistrates decided to adjourn the case for preliminary reports until November 27 and Jabri was granted unconditional bail.
Avril Long, chief magistrate, said: "You have got yourself into a bit of a mess. It is your responsibility to go to the Probation Office- they don't come to you. You have got to grow up.
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