Three year ASBO for Biddulph man

asboA 29-year-old Biddulph man has been given a three-year anti-social behaviour order banning him from making unreasonable noise at his Southview home, shouting and swearing at his neighbours and congregating with more than three other people in the Southview area.

Daniel Robert Tatters, of 6 Southview, has also been banned from allowing people into his home and his backyard other than his sister, police officers and emergency services staff, and anyone working at the property.

Staffordshire Moorlands District Council worked closely with Staffordshire Police before seeking the order from North Staffordshire magistrates following numerous complaints from neighbours who have endured noisy all-night parties and drunken and aggressive behaviour.

Councillor Gill Burton, cabinet member for communities at Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, said: “This individual has caused nuisance and disturbance to his neighbours both at his home address and in public places close to his property and this is clearly unacceptable.

“To tackle issues such as this, a strong partnership of the Police, Council and local communities is needed. This ASB order has been the result of many hours of partnership work following complaints we have received and I hope this sends out a clear warning that we will not tolerate behaviour of this kind in the Moorlands.”

Sergeant Hayley Eaton from Staffordshire Police said: “We are pleased that the courts have imposed this order. Daniel Tatters has caused numerous problems for members of the local community. His behaviour has not only been a nuisance and annoying but also has greatly affected the quality of people’s lives. We would encourage anyone who witnesses him breaching any of his conditions to call the police.

“I’d like to thank our partners from Staffordshire Moorlands District Council and, most importantly, the local community for having the courage to report the issues – we couldn’t have secured this order without their support.”


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