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Abdul Raham Saleh receives ASBO banning him from Wealdstone high street
A man arrested for wielding a knife in Wealdstone high street has been banned from the area for two years as part of an Anti Social Behaviour Order.
Abdul Raham Saleh, 19, of Overbrook Walk in Edgware was given the ASBO, which prevents him from entering Wealdstone high street and its surrounding area, when he appeared at Harrow Crown Court on Friday.
He also received two months in a young offenders institute for possession of a knife in a public place.
On November 13 last year CCTV operators observed Saleh pull a knife out of the waistband of his trousers.
Officers arrived at the scene searched the area with help from a police helicopter and dog handlers but couldn't find any trace of the 19-year-old, who had run off.
The following day an officer identified Saleh using the CCTV footage as the man wielding the knife and he was arrested on November 17.