AN Old Trafford man has been given a second CRASBO for verbally abusing members of the public and harassing young girls.
Eustace Norford, 51, of Stretford Road, was given the three-year CRASBO at Trafford Magistrates Court on August 12..
The order prohibits him from shouting and/or swearing at members of the public and from speaking to any child in a school uniform at any location within the borough of Trafford.
The same day, Norford was sentenced for harassment, stalking and two public order offences.
In one incident, Norford shouted abuse at a passerby and his young daughter on Talbot Road, Old Trafford, in February, while, in another saw him threaten to punch someone in Asda, Hulme, in March.
He was sentenced to community orders for these offences and given a CRASBO to prevent further offending.
This latest CRASBO is in addition to an existing CRASBO already secured against Norford in July 2013, which also lasts for three years and bans him from entering Stretford Mall and the Aldi and Iceland stores at Seymour Grove and their car parks.
The case was a joint response between Trafford Council ASBO officers and Trafford North INPT police officers.
If Norford breaches either CRASBO he could be jailed for up to five years.
If any members of the public witness any breaches please report them to Greater Manchester Police on 101.