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Teenager spared jail for breaching restraining order

[A] TEENAGER who breached a court order has been spared a custodial sentence.

Tyler Wilson, 19, appeared at Carlisle Crown Court today (WED) after admitting five charges. These related to incidents which occurred in West Cumbria during January and February this year.

Four of the charges related to breaches of a five-year restraining order he was given in April last year for previous crimes.

Judge Peter Davies was told that in committing the five latest offences, Wilson had breached a suspended custodial sentence.

But after hearing mitigation, the judge decided to impose a three-year community order with strict requirements.

In addition, the restraining order was increased from five years to 10.

“This is your last chance,”Judge Davies told Wilson, of Browside Road, Dearham. “There will be no more.”

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