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Wednesday 12 August 2015


Subject: Injunction

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Victoria Fearnley (Police, PCSO, Crewe LPU Centre PCSO)

Injunction order for anti-social resident

Date published: 7th August 2015 11.05am

A tenant whose anti-social behaviour caused misery for residents has been evicted and banned from an estate in Crewe.

Angelo Del Busso, of Cheney Walk was handed an Injunction Order banning him from entering the Brookhouse estate and from threatening or attempting to threaten anyone living in, visiting or working in the area.

Should the order be breached the 34 year-old faces arrest.

The eviction action was started following reports of drug use, abusive language, public indecency and general anti social behaviour in the community.

Over the past two years Wulvern’s Neighbourhood Worker Mark Hughes has worked tirelessly with PCSO Peter Dean to end the nuisance behaviour and disruption Mr Del Busso has caused to his neighbours.

Despite numerous warnings and support given by several agencies, Mr Del Busso continued with his unacceptable behaviour, at one point causing fire damage to his flat and the communal area.

PCSO Dean said:

"The removal of DelBruso from the Brookhouse Estate will have a postive effect on the community and those living on the Brookhouse estate. This will help local residents to feel safe in their homes and surrounding areas. This has been a result of partner agency work between Cheshire Constabulary, Wulvern Housing and the community of the Brookhouse estate"

Mark Hughes said:

“This is great news for everyone living on the Brookhouse estate. Eviction is a last resort but in this case it was necessary to protect the community from anti social behaviour.”

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