A TEENAGE yob who terrorised a Mirfield housing estate is in trouble again.

Jordan Watkinson, who was banned from the London Park estate for two years for persistent anti- social behaviour, has been given a suspended prison sentence for breaching his injunction.

Watkinson (inset) was seen in a car on the estate on April 28 and fled as police moved in.

He was chased and arrested a short distance away.

Watkinson, 18, appeared at Huddersfield County Court and was sentenced to three months in prison, suspended for the remainder of the injunction, which runs until April 2014.

If he breaches it again during this time, he will face prison. He has already served a prison term for breaching an interim injunction issued in January.

The tough crackdown comes as a result of joint work by Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing (KNH) and the Dewsbury and Mirfield Neighbourhood Policing Team, who have been working in partnership since last summer to specifically tackle anti-social behaviour and criminal activity on the London Park estate.

Watkinson has been in court previously for threatening words and behaviour and for hurling missiles at police officers and vehicles.

The terms of Watkinson’s injunction mean that he is forbidden from returning to the London Park estate, where he has family.

He is also banned from making any threats or using abusive words or behaviour.

He will be arrested if he breaches some of the conditions imposed as part of the anti-social behaviour order.

An interim injunction was granted in December after Watkinson was found to have been responsible for persistent anti-social behaviour offences on the London Park estate.

In January, he was sentenced to six months in prison for breaching it.