A Neyland teenager must undergo intensive supervision and surveillance following a string of offences.

The 16-year-old appeared before Haverfordwest Magistrates Court on July 13 having failed to comply with a curfew requirement as part of a youth rehabilitation order made at that same court on April 20, and having failed to attend a statutory appointment to complete unpaid work on May 9.

The youth’s original offences included:

  • the theft of two watches at Haverfordwest, one a Rolex, to the value of £200;
  • entering Aldi as a trespasser and stealing two bottles of own brand WKD and chewing gum;
  • using threatening behaviour to cause harassment at Milford Haven and on a separate occasion at Pembroke Dock;
  • stealing food items from Mount Stores, Milford Haven and being found in possession of a lock knife;
  • damaging the glass panel of the entrance door belonging to Pembrokeshire County Council at Pembroke Dock;
  • assaulting a person at Pembroke Dock;
  • having 3.6 grams of Cannabis;
  • participating in the theft of Budweiser beer from Iceland Foods Ltd in Haverfordwest;
  • damaging a concrete pillar belonging to Tesco at Milford Haven; and
  • sending from Saundersfoot a grossly offensive or menacing electronic message.

Magistrates issued a youth rehabilitation order with intensive supervision and surveillance. The order includes a stay-at-home curfew between 8pm and 7am with daily tagging for six months.