Intimidating neighbours uk

He must further register with the police for seven years." Two alarms were sounding at the Goosemoor Lane/Kirkwood Avenue junction area - around 8.50pm on Saturday 17/7/2010 and on Sunday night past midnight at 1am on 18/7/2010. Residents' Fury Over Rubbish Mountain Left By Travellers - Perry Common From the Birmingham Mail website at who fled their camp on a pub car-park dumped a mountain of rubbish which has left residents seething.Felled trees, piles of turf and bags of rotting household waste were piled high outside the Crossway Court pub, in Kingstanding.It is believed the group, who are staying in four caravans and have several pick-up trucks, moved to Witton Lakes earlier this week.Retired Betty Barnhurst, aged 73, said: "Its a real disgrace.

"Either go away, or well throw you in the river." The man confirmed that he had been one of those living outside the pub, which is due to be sold at auction next week.

Once again the below court-case has already been widely reported in the area legally (e.g.

in the free Sutton Coldfield Observer newspaper in it's general report of local court-cases), so I merely repeat that mainstream media report verbatim here; "Walter Bagley, aged 64, of Jarvis Road, Erdington, was convicted of making hundreds of indecent images of children from December 2007 to September 2008.

He was jailed for 12 weeks due to previous similar convictions, no empathy for the victims and due to not being rehabilitated by an offender management programme.

His computer equipment was ordered to be forfeited and destroyed. Any WAP or Internet enabled multi-media device capable of accessing the Internet, taking pictures or video images or transferring images. Any computer capable of using the Internet without the prior permission of the Chief Constable of West Midlands Police Force or the police force where he lives.

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