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Closure order for Aylesbury home

It comes after repeated anti-social behaviour and lockdown breaches.

Published by Dan Gooding at 7:59pm 22nd May 2020. 2-minute read.

Closure order for Aylesbury home

Visitors have been banned from an Aylesbury home, after repeated coronavirus lockdown breaches.

A closure order has been granted at the address on Somerville Way following an application by Thames Valley Police.

The order was granted at Oxford Magistrates’ Court on 22nd May In connection with anti-social behaviour.

There had been reports from members of the public of people at the property repeatedly breaching the COVID-19 guidelines set out by the government, as well as anti-social behaviour.

The closure order is for a period of three months and prevents anyone from remaining at the property other than its current occupants.

The order can also be extended for a further three months.

Any person in breach of the order can be arrested and could face a fine or imprisonment if convicted at court.

PC Dean Kingham, based at Aylesbury police station, said:

“I am pleased that this closure order has been granted. We received reports of repeated breaches of the COVID-19 regulations at this property, as well as anti-social behaviour.

”This order demonstrates how seriously we take these reports.

“It will prevent anyone apart from the current occupants from congregating at the house for a period of three months.”

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