A dispersal order has been put in place following an increase in antisocial behaviour in Redcar Town Centre;

Police have released images of 26 bikes believed to be related to an incident that saw a large group of anti-social bikers drive around the streets of Redcar and Middlesbrough;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are reminding residents in some parts of our area to put out their green waste bins this morning.

 

A dispersal order has been put in place following an increase in antisocial behaviour in Redcar Town Centre.

The dispersal order is in place from 2pm yesterday for 48 hours, when it will be reviewed again.

The order enables police to direct someone to leave an area immediately if they are involved in, or if officers believe will be involved in any antisocial behaviour.

Anyone that then returns to the area having had an order to leave, can and will be arrested.

The area covered by the dispersal order is bounded by the Esplanade, including the Beacon, West Terrace, West Dyke Road to the access road to the South of Tesco store, then across to Lumley Road and through to Redcar Lane, Park Avenue to the roundabout with Granville Terrace, then back to the Esplanade.

 

Police have released images of 26 bikes believed to be related to an incident that saw a large group of anti-social bikers drive around the streets of Redcar and Middlesbrough.

The large group of around 50 people, made their way around Middlesbrough and Redcar earlier this month.

Calls were made for arrests by Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston, and Steve Turner, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland, added that the "appalling and mindless" behaviour would not go unpunished.

Cleveland Police has now confirmed a total of 12 males have been arrested in connection with the incident thus far, with warrants carried out last Saturday in both areas where the incident took place.

Chief Inspector Wendy Tinkler has branded the behaviour as "unacceptable" as the force continues its investigation.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of the bikes or those who may be riding off-road bikes or may be storing them is asked to call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are reminding residents in some parts of our area to put out their green waste bins this morning.

Due to unforeseen absences, some green waste bins could not be collected yesterday in parts of Guisborough, Pinchinthorpe and Newton under Roseberry, including farms in the area.

The council say that they will have a vehicle out on today in the affected streets in order to collect the garden waste and are asking residents if they can re-present their garden bin ready for collection.

The council has apologised for the inconvenience caused.


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