Wymondham drug den shut down

10:33 14 August 2014

A flat in this building in Fairland Street, near Wymondham

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

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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