GANGS of yobs were banned from the town centre after another string of incidents in Cheadle at the weekend.
A car was turned on its side in Well Street by a group of around 20 youths on Saturday night.
Fireworks were thrown at a group of girls while supermarket staff and a police support officer were verbally abused.
Police, who last week promised a crackdown on anti-social behaviour, issued dispersal orders to a total of 15 people in Cheadle, effectively banning them from certain areas for 48 hours.
Twelve more orders were made following similar incidents in Werrington.
Four teenagers were hit with Section 35 orders in Cheadle after verbally abusing staff at Morrisons supermarket in the town, with a 15-year-old boy banned from town centre.
A 15-year-old girl is also being investigated for verbally abusing a PCSO and failing to comply with the dispersal order.
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