Police take ‘zero tolerance approach to antisocial behaviour’ in Penyffordd
A privately owned Flintshire property associated with antisocial behaviour has been closed for three months from today, 30th November.
The Closure Order at 6 Hazel Drive, Penyffordd, was granted at Mold Magistrates Court following an application by North Wales Police.
After all the hard work and support from our local community, a partial closure Order has been granted today in Mold Magistrates Court for an address in Hazel Drive Penyffordd. @NWPolice continues to listen to the public and take a zero tolerance approach to antisocial behaviour. pic.twitter.com/fGacWoVjIg
— NWP South Flintshire (@NWPSouthFlints) November 30, 2017
Evidence was delivered to the court that the property was associated with anti-social behaviour and criminality over a prolonged period of time.
The Closure Order permits only named individuals to enter the property until 11:59pm on 28th February 2018.
Police say if you have any information relating to anti-social behaviour or criminality contact North Wales Police on 101.
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