Two Salisbury teenagers due in court over anti-social behaviour

Two Salisbury teenagers due in court over anti-social behaviour

Published by Faye Tryhorn at 10:49am 13th August 2019.

Boys aged 13 and 14 have been charged with various offences.

The pair were arrested on Monday afternoon (August 12th) on Salisbury High Street, following reports from members of the public about disorder.

City Centre rangers are using CCTV to monitor behaviour of young people.

CHARGES FOR TWO BOYS: 

A 13-year-old boy from Salisbury has been charged with:

  • Using threatening or abusive words/behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress
  • Dangerous cycling
  • Riding a pedal cycle on a footpath

A 14 year old boy, also from Salisbury, is charged with: 

  • Obstructing a constable in the execution of duty
  • Using threatening or abusive words/behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress
Salisbury Law Courts - front of building (Mike Draper)
The teens have been given a date to appear in court next month

Both of them are due to appear at Salisbury Magistrates Court on Thursday September 19th. 

They've both been released on conditional bail - that says they must not enter an area of the city centre without an adult who's a direct relative.

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