Fed-up neighbours welcome order for ‘reign of terror’ twins

Ellie Cairns, 14, from Callon, Preston, was the ringleader with her sister Morgan Cairns of a group that has subjected long suffering residents in Callon and Ribbleton to a campaign of racist abuse and nuisance behaviour. She has been given an anti social behaviour injunction

Ellie Cairns, 14, from Callon, Preston, was the ringleader with her sister Morgan Cairns of a group that has subjected long suffering residents in Callon and Ribbleton to a campaign of racist abuse and nuisance behaviour. She has been given an anti social behaviour injunction

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FED-UP neighbours in the Callon and Ribbleton areas of Preston have welcomed a court order for a pair of tearaway twins.

Ellie and Morgan Cairns, 14, from Callon, have become the first children in Lancashire to be given an anti-social behaviour injunction, banning them from swearing, spitting and abusing people in their area.

Morgan Cairns, 14, from Callon, Preston, was the ringleader with her sister Ellie Carins of a group that has subjected long suffering residents in Callon and Ribbleton to a campaign of racist abuse and nuisance behaviour. They have both now been given an anti social behaviour injunction

Morgan Cairns, 14, from Callon, Preston, was the ringleader with her sister Ellie Carins of a group that has subjected long suffering residents in Callon and Ribbleton to a campaign of racist abuse and nuisance behaviour. They have both now been given an anti social behaviour injunction

The court order follows a reign of terror on the Callon estate, with the twins ringleaders of a gang that subjected long-suffering residents in Callon and Ribbleton to a campaign of racist abuse and nuisance behaviour.

The family had tried to stop the press identifying the girls but the Evening Post won a legal challenge on Wednesday to prevent reporting restrictions being placed on the case.

One Evening Post reader, using the online handle Crimson Tide, posted: “Hopefully the resident of Callon are happy with this good result.

“Extremely good work by the police thanks to PC Hadi for his involvement and a great result.”

Reader Lavender Lou added: “Name and shame – good on you Lancashire Evening Post.

“Should be done all the time, then the families may make them behave.”