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Acton resident Colin Jeramiah was sent to prison this week for seven days after he broke the terms of an anti-social behaviour order he received in April. 

The ASBO was served on Mr Jeramiah and three other men. They were banned from the South Acton estate after a string of criminal offences there.

The maximum penalty for breaching an order is five years in prison.

Brentford County Court served the ASBO and the seven day sentence.   Another of the men to be barred from the estate, Paul Larch, was also found on the estate and given a final warning on June 19. Larch faces prison if he is caught there again.

Harps Dahliwal, antisocial behaviour team manager for Ealing Council, said: "Injunctions are put in place to protect Ealing Homes' residents and we will not hesitate to take action against individuals who breach them."


July 19, 2007