A TEENAGER who forced two families to move from a Huddersfield estate has been found dead.
Farrell Todd, 19, was found hanging from a tree on land behind Cowlersley Primary School by a walker at 10am on Saturday morning.
There are no suspicious circumstances.
Todd was given a three-year anti-social behaviour order in November after a string of incidents between May and July.
Todd - formerly of Rose Avenue in Cowlersley - forced a neighbour to move away after menacing her and shooting at her eight-year-old daughter with a pellet gun.
Another Cowlersley resident declared herself homeless after Todd - who had most recently been living on Manchester Road in Linthwaite - threatened her, spat at her daughter and threw dog faeces in her garden.
Huddersfield magistrates also heard how he had put a 15-year-old boy in hospital after repeatedly hitting him.
In other incidents logged by housing and Kirklees Council officials, Todd forced a 16-year-old off his motorbike before stealing it.
He also threatened various witnesses and residents.
He trespassed at Colne Valley High School and threatened to `smash in' a woman teacher's face when he was asked to leave.
Mr Charles Ainley, defending in the court case, said Todd had moved on and was well liked in his new job.
He added that Todd had not visited Cowlersley since the incidents, except to visit his mother.
Magistrate Stuart Blakey said the order was necessary to protect people in the area and to prevent future incidents.
Todd had been banned from entering Colne Valley High School and from the top of Rose Avenue and Winget Avenue and any street in between.