Wymondham drug den shut down

A flat in this building in Fairland Street, near Wymondham's town centre, has been at the centre of drugs use and anti-social behaviour for some time. A flat in this building in Fairland Street, near Wymondham's town centre, has been at the centre of drugs use and anti-social behaviour for some time.

Thursday, August 14, 2014
10:33 AM

A Wymondham flat used for illegal drug activity has been shut down.

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Norfolk police said the flat in Fairland Street near the town centre has been at the centre of drugs use and anti-social behaviour for some time.

Officers went to Norwich Magistrates Court on Wednesday, August 13 to seek a closure order under the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003 for three months.

Temporary Inspector Tony Abigail said: “Norfolk Constabulary and Saffron Housing are committed to reducing anti-social behaviour that has a debilitating effect on neighbours and the local neighbourhood.

“Tenants should be reassured that police will continue to work with partner agencies to ensure people enjoy a good quality of life and not have to suffer the problems associated with drug usage.”

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