'Unrest in the Glebe'

Thursday, 2 August 2018

COMMUNITY activists are "coming to the end of their tether" in respect of antisocial behaviour in parts of the Glebeside estate and Ballymoney town.
UUP Cllr Darryl Wilson made his comments in the wake of last week's incident at Trinity Drive, where a "vulnerable" man was taken to hospital after a four hour stand-off.
Whilst there is no suggestion that this individual was involved in such activities, the large police presence and lack of information about what was happening, has reactivated concerns, in an area that has had it's fair share of problems over the years.


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