Anti-social behaviour trio excluded from an area of Earby

It comes after residents complained about weeks of intimidation, drunkenness, shouting and litter

It comes after residents complained about weeks of intimidation, drunkenness, shouting and litter

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Three teenagers have been excluded from an area of Earby due to anti-social behaviour.

They will now have to stay away from the area for 24 hours or face jail or a fine of £2,500.

It comes after residents complained about weeks of intimidation, drunkenness, shouting and litter in Earby, Barnoldswick and Burnley.

Officers issued the directions under S34 of the anti-social behaviour crime and policing act 2014.

A spokesman for Lancashire Police said: "We hope others take heed that this legislation is serious with serious repercussions."