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Boy avoids tagging A 13-YEAR-OLD boy with a string of convictions has avoided having an electronic tag electronic tag electronic nelektronische Fußfessel f  fitted because of fears he would dismantle it.

Prestatyn youth court heard that he was fascinated by electrical equipment, which he often took to pieces and then rebuilt.

"If he dismantled the tag, he would then be in breach of his order," said Chris Haigh, of Conwy and Denbighshire youth justice service.

The boy, from Rhyl, pleaded to guilty to offences including theft, burglary, causing criminal damage to windows at the Children's Village on Rhyl promenade and resisting a police officer.

A two-year youth rehabilitation rehabilitation: see physical therapy.  order and a three-month 9pm to 7am curfew curfew [O.Fr.,=cover fire], originally a signal, such as the ringing of a bell, to damp the fire, extinguish all lights in the dwelling, and retire for the night. The custom originated as a precaution against fires and was common throughout Europe in the Middle Ages.  were imposed. It will not be electronically monitored.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Wales On Sunday (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Feb 19, 2012
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