A TEENAGER has been made subject  to a restaining order after admitting to making threats to kill.

Josh Hyde, from Hartlepool, appeared at Peterlee Magistrates’ Court on Friday.

The 19-year-old pleaded guilty to making threats to kill another person between February 11 and February 15 in Durham.

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Hyde, of Glamis Walk, will have to carry out a community order, including at least 15 days of rehabilitation activity.

A restraining order was also put in place to prevent him from contacting two people, which will be in place until February 17, 2023.

He will also have to pay court costs of £85 and the victim surcharge of £95.  

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