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Anti-social youths attempt to ride cows in a farmer’s field!


YOUTHS attempting to ride cows in a farmer’s field and others riding mopeds around a park are just some of the anti-social incidents Warrington police have been called out to in recent days.

The incident involving youths causing issues by trying to ride on cows took place at a farmer’s field in Hough’s Lane, Walton, while youths riding on mopeds in a park took place at Ridgway Grundy Park in Lymm.
Other incidents included a paving slab being thrown through a house window on London Road, Stockton Heath.
There have also been issues with youths gathering in groups and breaching lockdown restrictions at Fox Covert Cemetery and on Greenfields Avenue, Appleton.
Meanwhile, Bridgewater High School has also reported the theft of the school Mini Bus.
Incidents of anti-social behaviour can be reported to police on 101 or on 999 in an emergency.


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