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Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Pig-tailed teenage Small Heath member of B515 gang handed ASBO - Top Stories - News - Birmingham Mail

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Pig-tailed teenage Small Heath member of B515 gang handed ASBO - Top Stories - News - Birmingham Mail: "PIG-tailed teenage tearaway has been handed an anti-social behaviour order for bringing months of misery to an inner city community as part of a notorious street gang.

Jenny Arkansan, 17, of Arthur Street, Small Heath, was handed the ASBO after a trial at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court, during which she was described as a key member of the B515 gang, which has caused disruption and anguish in Highgate, Southacre and Lee Bank.

The court was shown CCTV footage of Arkansan with a group who huddled to light a firework, which was then fired towards a group of youngsters, who were queuing for an under 18 event at a nightclub in Broad Street in November.

The full terms of the order will not be decided until the New Year."

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