Zetland FM Local News - 7th October 2022
Police have put a dispersal order in place in Hemlington following reports of anti-social behaviour;
Police have arrested a man following a number of break-ins in Middlesbrough;
...and five bin wagons of recycling had to be rejected last month due to a high level of contamination.
Police have put a dispersal order in place in Hemlington following reports of anti-social behaviour.
The order came into force from 5pm yesterday, and runs until 5pm today.
It covers the ‘D’ roads of Doxford Walk, Darwen Court and Dodford Road, over to Cass House Road.
Anyone not complying with the order will be instructed to leave the area by patrolling officers.
Police have arrested a man following a number of break-ins in Middlesbrough.
Officers responding to reports of a man breaking into vehicles on Tuesday evening, arrested a man at the scene.
The force received reports that several vehicles, belonging to football supporters parked up in Lytton Street whilst watching the Middlesbrough game, had been broken into.
When officers attended, a 37-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of criminal damage and theft from a motor vehicle.
Five bin wagons of recycling had to be rejected last month due to a high level of contamination.
Posting on social media, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council said that the recycling efforts of 100 households over an entire year have been lost in one month.
One of the loads was contaminated with paint which spread throughout the wagon and made all items unrecyclable.
The other four rejected loads were heavily contaminated with plastic bags, nappies, clothing, and food waste which led to an infestation of flies and maggots.