Police issue full closure order on North Street home following reports of drug-related anti-social behaviour

A property on North Street in Bridlington was shut down by police officers yesterday (Thursday, November 18) after they successfully obtained a full closure order at Hull Magistrates’ Court.

Friday, 19th November 2021, 10:08 am
The closure order on the house follows reports of drugs-related anti-social behaviour at the property and in the street during all hours of day and night.

The closure order follows reports of drugs-related anti-social behaviour at the property and in the street during all hours of day and night.

A police spokesman said: “Anti-social behaviour and all that comes with it at any level will absolutely not be tolerated in our community and as seen here, we will not hesitate to take enforcement action such as warrants and closure orders.

“This full closure order ensures that the occupants and their visitors can’t return to the property and we will continue to take action against anyone committing these types of offences in order to prevent further harm to our local residents.

“If anyone believes that a property is being used to sell drugs or is exhibiting antisocial behaviour on a regular basis please report to your local communities team or call our non emergency number 101 so that we can take appropriate action.”