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Closure order granted in Bicester

Alert message sent 21/04/2020 08:44:00

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A closure order has been granted at an address in Bicester following an application by Thames Valley Police.

The order was granted at Oxford Magistrates’ Court on 9 April against a property in Hudson Street in respect of anti-social behaviour.

This followed 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 Matthew Longman, based at Bicester 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.”

You can report a COVID-19 breach online via the Thames Valley Police website
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Emma Tarry (Police, Communications Officer, Thames Valley)

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