BREAKING NEWS: David Cameron evicted after neighbours complain of drunken anti-social behaviour, foul language and urinating in the street

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A MAN has been evicted from his Northampton home after causing distress to his neighbours in Spring Boroughs for more than three years.

Northampton County Court granted a Possession Order and Anti Social Behaviour Order (ASBO) against David Cameron, aged 60, of St Johns House, St Andrews Street, Spring Boroughs in November.

The courts heard how Northampton Borough Council officers had received a number of complaints against Mr Cameron from residents in the area, in relation to drunken behaviour, swearing at members of the public, urinating in public areas and anti-social behaviour.

Mr Cameron received an interim ASBO on 13 June, forbidding him from drinking in public, swearing or being abusive to members of the public. This was put in place to last until the final ASBO was made.

On Wednesday, December 7, the council’s housing officers and police officers evicted Mr Cameron from his home, and banned him from entering certain areas of Spring Boroughs.

Portfolio holder for community safety, Councillor David Mackintosh said: “It’s vital we take action against people who act in an anti-social manner and cause distress to their neighbours. We hope this acts as a deterrent to other residents that continue to disturb the lives of others.”

The Community Safety Partnership is a multi agency partnership, which includes Northampton Borough Council, Northamptonshire Police and other partners.