A TEENAGER who terrorised a Blackburn estate is back behind bars after a second breach of an ASBO.

Blackburn magistrates heard that as a result of the latest offences Jess Volkert was to be recalled under prison licence which expires in July.

Magistrates ruled the assaults on his girlfriend and father were also worthy of custody.

Volkert, 19, of Arran Avenue, Blackburn, pleaded guilty to breaching the order, assaulting Victoria Williamson and damaging a mobile phone belonging to her, assaulting his father, Stephen Volkert, and damaging household fittings.

He was sentenced to 12 weeks in a Youth Offender Institute, to run alongside his period of recall on a 14 month sentence imposed for offences of wounding, possessing an offensive weapon and threats to kill.

Parveen Akhtar, prosecuting, said police were called to Volkert’s home after reports of him smashing the house up and assault.

Michael Blacklidge, defending, said Volkert accepted that his behaviour had left a lot to be desired, and that his parents wanted him to get the help and guidance he needed.