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Finally Finally Finally!!!!! things are looking up up up

Mardyass Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Just had a visit from the boys in blue after a confrontation between young chav and me on wednesday,he was then arrested for public disorder,the policeman dealing with it has been fantastic and has just popped in to tell me that young chav who is just 13 years old has admitted to the car vandalism as well as the public disorder act,geez im over the moon,i had such a gut feeling all along that he was involved!

He is currently out on bail,lets hope things look up now :)
and i just wanted to say a big thankyou to all the support thats been offered here its been a great help

I can now prove to the council that its one of their tenants causing me the problems too,im so happy
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
fingers crossed that things get better from now on x
hows your new baby doing by the way?
#2
edjaned
fingers crossed that things get better from now on x
hows your new baby doing by the way?
oh shes great:thumbsup: still very nervous but the avian vet is going to make her a new wing bone from carbon fibre and then she will have a feather transplant and hopefully she can then learn to fly:)
#3
hooray!! :) glad thing are going better for you & they've caught the nasty boy involved :thumbsup: would think the council would evict him & his family now though wouldn't they? :?
#4
Is this not so it can be "taken into consideration" so he can never been "done for it" again?
#5
Didn't think a 13yo could be prosecuted? I really must be behind the times :lol:
[mod]#6
Mardyass, great to hear some positive news for you. Hope this will discourage the others from further vandalism & also good luck with the house hunting (hopefully find something bigger than the last one). Take care :thumbsup:
banned#7
hey hun, great news but dont fall down, keep on top of things xxx
#8
Every encounter I've had with the boys in blue wasn't very nice, they were no help at all. I'm happy to hear that you had a nice one!
#9
glad they got him,really hope all this trouble stops for you now,good luck
#10
great news - i am pleased that it worked out
#11
Shengis
Didn't think a 13yo could be prosecuted? I really must be behind the times :lol:


8 in Scotland (but dealt with differently), 10 in England, Wales and Northern Island. Lots of calls for it to be raised to 14, buts lots of crimes involve people under-14.
#12
sassie
hey hun, great news but dont fall down, keep on top of things xxx

I'm trying Sass! just clearing out cupboards and chucking out clutter,got meeting wednesday with housing so will hopefully know more than :)
#13
Great news hope it keeps up.
#14
Do you feel guilty now for criticising the cops earlier?
#15
moob
Do you feel guilty now for criticising the cops earlier?
not at all cos the officer dealing with the case told me i done myself a huge favour by writing to the newspaper and mp and complaining :)
#16
if he is a council tenant, the council can issue a notice to the family informing them that any further behaviour problems will result in them commencing eviction proceedings. Ask your community beat manager what he suggests. I have done this a number of times on my patch and it usually works a treat. The parents start paying attention to what their kids are up to if it means they are going to lose their house. The council are then under no obligation to re-house them and they have to find their own place (at least thats what happens here)
He can be arrested in england wales etc at 10 years old.
please document all of the damage and inconvenience and complete a victim personal statement. This isnt a statement of fact but a statement to say how this has affected you. ie emotionally, financially etc. they are very impactive in court
At 13 the courts will probably not fine him much, if anything, so please consider civil proceedings against him and if possible his parents.
For him to be arrested for public order he must have kicked off on you, verbally if not physically. he sounds like a nasty piece of work. I would be amazed if this stopped it completely. if you are in a council property, It is worthwhile getting on to the housing and informing them that you are in an untenable position living by him etc etc. With the help of your CBM you may be looking at a possible move, if thats the way you want to go. The council have a vicarious responsibilty for their tenants and as such may assist you if you want to stay there with CCTV etc. Please kick up a fuss with them, they will act on strength of feeling.
Hope this helps you sleep better at night!!
#17
ADZ1478
if he is a council tenant, the council can issue a notice to the family informing them that any further behaviour problems will result in them commencing eviction proceedings. Ask your community beat manager what he suggests. I have done this a number of times on my patch and it usually works a treat. The parents start paying attention to what their kids are up to if it means they are going to lose their house. The council are then under no obligation to re-house them and they have to find their own place (at least thats what happens here)
He can be arrested in england wales etc at 10 years old.
please document all of the damage and inconvenience and complete a victim personal statement. This isnt a statement of fact but a statement to say how this has affected you. ie emotionally, financially etc. they are very impactive in court
At 13 the courts will probably not fine him much, if anything, so please consider civil proceedings against him and if possible his parents.
For him to be arrested for public order he must have kicked off on you, verbally if not physically. he sounds like a nasty piece of work. I would be amazed if this stopped it completely. if you are in a council property, It is worthwhile getting on to the housing and informing them that you are in an untenable position living by him etc etc. With the help of your CBM you may be looking at a possible move, if thats the way you want to go. The council have a vicarious responsibilty for their tenants and as such may assist you if you want to stay there with CCTV etc. Please kick up a fuss with them, they will act on strength of feeling.
Hope this helps you sleep better at night!!
youve hit the nail on the head there he is a nasty lil pig,we have been put foward for a management transfer now so hopefully we will get out of here and can put a stop to this once and for all,apparently this kid already has an ABC (anti social behaviour contract?) against him already and is now bailed,the police are reporting back to housing so im hoping they can do something about their breaching tenancy,but i mean 13 years old??? at 13 i was building tree houses and the likes not vandalising and harrasing people!
#18
Hope it all works out, finger crosssed :)

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