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Michael Duffy (right) is banned from the School Mead area of Abbots.


BOOZE BAN FOR YOUNG TROUBLE MAKER


A prolific young trouble maker has been handed an Anti-Social Behaviour Order (ASBO) banning him from the School Mead area of Abbots Langley for four years. Michael Duffy, 21, was given the ASBO on


November 24 and faces up to five years in jail if he breaks the order. The ban means he cannot enter the School


Mead vicinity, consume alcohol or be drunk in a public place or within public view and must not encourage others to act in an anti-social manner. Posters of Duffy will be put up around the


village and the police are urging people to contact them if they see him breaking the order. Duffy is currently awaiting sentence after


being found guilty of aggravated burglary at St Albans Crown Court. He joins his older brother Kevin Duffy and


Darren Guthrie who also received ASBOs for their drunken behaviour around Abbots Langley in July 2009. Sgt Neil Canning of the Abbots Langley


Neighbourhood Team said: “We made the application for an ASBO for Michael Duffy following persistent complaints from shop keepers in School Mead. “Duffy was persistently drunk and involved in


anti-social behaviour. “Our team is keen to respond to any concerns


about anti-social behaviour around the village and hopefully these ASBOs will serve as a deterrent and warning to people who think they can get away with causing trouble.” Sgt Canning urged anyone experiencing anti


social behaviour to call 0845 330 0222 which is a 24 hour, seven days a week non-emergency line.


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