People kicked out of house after 'vulnerable people exploited and anti-social behaviour'

Closure order granted due to 'ongoing antisocial behaviour'
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People have been kicked out of a house after accusations of vulnerable people being exploited and ongoing anti-social behaviour. A 'full closure order' was granted by magistrates for the property in Stanford Hill, Loughborough, after efforts to tackle the problems failed.

A partial order had already been granted for the property. Police said the full closure order was granted yesterday (Thursday) due to "ongoing anti social behaviour at the location".

In a post on social media, Charnwood police said the order had "been enforced" and would "remain in place for three months". They added: "We hope this action to restrict and prohibit access to the premises in question sends a strong message that anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated in Loughborough, and that we will not hesitate to use all available powers.

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"We will continue to deal with matters reported and provide a robust response by applying necessary closures to prevent criminality and protect the public. We ask that residents continue to report matters to the police.

"The property has been secured by the police and compliance will be monitored. We would like to thank all residents who have engaged with the police and reported matters as this has helped us gain the full closure order. No persons with the exemption of professionals such as the police will be able to access the property. Failure to comply with the full closure order is a criminal offence which could result in imprisonment."