Magistrates have extended an antisocial behaviour order on a teenage tearaway.

Last month troublemaker Daniel Bowler, 15, was made the subject of the order at Brighton Magistrates Court for a catalogue of crimes.

The court heard he had committed 14 offences, many involving car crime and his behaviour had blighted the lives of those living near his former home in Hollingdean, Brighton.

An interim order was made which banned him from associating with accomplices or being in a car unless accompanied by relatives or professionals, including his solicitor.

He was also placed under a night-time curfew and ordered to stop causing harassment, alarm or distress.

The interim order was extended in court and will last until September 9, when magistrates will consider making Bowler the subject of a long-term order for up to five years.