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Court Order - Gamma Newsletter - 30th Nov 2017

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Police secure court order to close flat and caravan parked up on Sheffield estate

Officers have successfully obtained a court order to close down a flat and caravan situated on a Sheffield estate. The unit and nearby flat have been shut down by officers on grounds of anti-social behaviour. An application to Sheffield Magistrates was accepted to close both premises for three months. A spokesman from Sheffield South East Neighbourhood Policing Team said: "The caravan on Irving Street has been causing some issues to the people of Darnall as has the flat above 160 Main Road. We executed a warrant and found some truly shocking wiring but also enough to justify our concerns to issue a closure notice to prevent further nuisance and disorder
25th Nov 2017 - The Star

Chilthorne Domer man sent ex-partner multiple text messages despite court order ban

Chilthorne Domer man sent ex-partner multiple text messages despite court order ban. He admitted to sending 27 text messages to his ex which he was prohibited from doing so by a previous court order.
22nd Nov 2017 - Somerset Live

Ilminster man lived with wife for four months despite court order to ... -

Daniel Christian Shelley was arrested from his home address by police and brought before Somerset Magistrates at Yeovil in custody. The 31-year-old defendant, of West Street, pleaded not guilty to a charge that on November 19 at Ilminster he did an act, namely communicated and resided with his wife which he was prohibited from doing so by a non-molestation order made on February 17 at Taunton.
22nd Nov 2017 - Chard & Ilminster News

Husband denies breaching court order by living with his wife

An Ilminster man who had been living with his wife for the past four months despite being ordered by the courts to keep away from her denied breaching a non-molestation order. Daniel Christian Shelley was arrested from his home address by police and brought before Somerset Magistrates at Yeovil in custody. Prosecutor Paul Ricketts said that following the imposition of the order in February after being convicted of an offence of battery, Shelley was approached by his wife who moved back into his address in West Street.
21st Nov 2017 - Somerset Live