Closure order secured after neighbours suffered “alarm and distress” night and day


POLICE have obtained a closure order on a property in the Whitecross area of Warrington, where the occupier caused alarm and distress in the local community, night and day.

Officers successfully obtained a closure order for the property on Leicester Street at Warrington Magistrates Court, today, Wednesday 16 June.

It followed reports made against the occupant of the house for anti-social behaviour both inside and outside the property during the day and night.
Sergeant Spaven added: “The behaviour of the occupant was causing the local community alarm and distress and had been doing so for a sustained period of time and showed no signs of abating.
“No one should have to put up with that.
“We want every resident to be able to live in their home without having to suffer from the effects of unacceptable issues stemming from neighbouring properties and we will take action when necessary.”
Officers will regularly check on the property over the next three months to ensure that the order is not breached.
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