A CARLISLE teenager currently barred from every betting shop in Carlisle has been given a further restriction - a ban on contacting a man whose car he attacked.

At the city's Rickergate Magistrates' Court, Michael Ian Dean-Norman, 19, of Yewdale Road, Morton, had admitted the following offences:

* Damaging the paintwork of the man's car on August 8.

* Burgling a property in Hawthorn Place, Carlisle, on March 9, and stealing cash, keys and documentation.

* Damaging a glass screen worth £100 belonging to Coral Bookmakers on December 13.

* Using threatening behaviour against a female worker at the same business on December 13.

Dean-Norman denied using threatening behaviour towards the owner of the car whose paintwork he damaged but he was convicted after a trial.

Magistrates adjourned sentencing until November 8.

The defendant was granted bail on condition that he does not go to Hutton Way in Carlisle and that he has no contact with the car owner and another person. Magistrates aim to pass sentence for all the offences when Dean-Norman is next before the court.

The defendant originally denied some of the offences he has admitted but changed his pleas to guilty.

In an earlier hearing, the court was told that the defendant became annoyed when asked to provide proof of his age at a local Coral betting shop on December 13 and lashed out at a glass screen, damaging it.