Exclusion order for Town Centre

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    Matt
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    It is insufficient to just exclude this unsavoury from the Town Centre who has caused much misery & crime towards members of the public amongst other things with his family of criminals. Once he gets chucked out of the town centre heโ€™ll just go to Rhos, Cefn, Johnstown, Penycae etc…etc… and try it on there. Needs to be locked up.

    Police issue image of man who “must leave Wrexham town centre when asked by police”

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    Ioan y Ffin
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    Looks just like the bloke who asked me for money on Llwyn Isaf on Sunday.

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    JaneJ
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    A banning order on a particular place serves no use at all as pointed out he will move to other places as he still needs to live- no one seems to see him as a victim of a broken home – with a mother who has more convictions then him who jointly would engage in anyi social behaviour. Both of them need to be sorted and not just one – gypo therepy or lock them both up in a mother and child prison!

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