Man who became violent with shop staff banned from Middlesbrough town centre

Carl Robert Johnson has been banned from Middlesbrough town centre
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A man has been banned from entering a Teesside town centre for two years after he became violent with shop workers.

Middlesbrough Neighbourhood Policing Team secured a Criminal Behaviour Order preventing Carl Robert Johnson from entering Middlesbrough town centre. The application for the order was made after reports that the 34-year-old had become violent towards shop workers in the area.

Officers attended Teesside Magistrates Court' on Friday, May 31, where the order was granted for two years.

PC Chris Swales from Middlesbrough Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “Behaviour which is violent and intimidating towards those going about their daily business won’t be tolerated by Middlesbrough Neighbourhood Policing Team. As with anyone who carries out unacceptable behaviour, we will look at all avenues available to us to tackle this, and any breaches will also be dealt with by the courts."

The order stipulates:

  • Carl Robert Johnson cannot enter Middlesbrough town centre unless for a pre-planned medical appointment, bound by Wilson Street, Newport Road, Hartington Road, Borough Road, Linthorpe Road, Grange Road and Albert Road.

  • Not to remain in any shop, commercial or public authority premises if asked to leave by staff.

  • Not to be in possession of any open can or bottle of alcohol in a public place.

  • Not to enter the area of Farm Foods, Bargain Booze and Heron Foods on Ormesby High Street, Middlesbrough. This is inclusive of the car park and footpaths immediately outside the premises.

  • Not to enter the area of Asda, Ormesby Road, Middlesbrough, covering the access road and car park to Asda along with the footpath outside the store.