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Police consider dispersal order after Bennetts Recreation Ground left covered in broken glass


POLICE are considering imposing a Dispersal Order at Bennett’s Recreation Ground in Padgate after it was left in an unacceptable state following ongoing anti-social behaviour over the Easter weekend.

Bennets Rec was left in a “completely unacceptable state” after this weekend. There was smashed glass everywhere as well as litter and empty snap bags.

Local PCSO Tom Murphy said:”This sort of behaviour will lead to dispersal orders which will ultimately ruin it for everyone.”
Police had to introduce a Dispersal Order at Bewsey Park, Warrington at the start of the Easter weekend because of similar issues of anti-social behaviour, including reports of a youth making threats with a knife.
Meanwhile, it was a very busy weekend in the Poulton South area with lots of reports of anti-social behaviour and a Burglary of a dwelling in the Longbarn area on Sunday night.

Anti-social youths keep police busy across Warrington over Easter weekend


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