Injunctions put on anti-social Rippingale pair

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ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour injunctions have been implemented on a pair of villagers who blighted the lives of their neighbours.

South Kesteven District Council applied for the order to prevent Anne-Marie Fenton and David Baldwin, of Dovecote Estate, Rippingale, causing nuisance, annoyance, harassment, alarm or distress.

The interim head of housing and neighbourhoods at the council, Ian Richardson, said: “Our tenants and residents have a right to be able to feel safe in their homes. We acted on behalf of the community to protect the interests of residents and prevent further anti-social behaviour.”

If the pair break the injunction, which was made at Peterborough County Court, they could face a fine or imprisonment.

District council strategic director Tracey Blackwell added: “There have been serious issues in Rippingale and we have worked closely with Lincolnshire Police to bring about improvements for local people who have a right to live peacefully in their community.

“Arrangements have been made to meet with local residents to discuss these matters further.”