Sunday, 2 May 2010

SKID ROW

Yesterday’s Daily Post revealed that from Sunday 9th May 2010 groups of two or more troublesome people on Rhyl seafront can be dispersed by police; this follows reports of nuisance caused by gangs of drunks. The penalties for not complying with a dispersal order could be stiff. If you would like to read the story by reporter Kelly Barker, please click here:
http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/2010/05/01/drunken-teenagers-banned-from-rhyl-promenade-55578-26354830/

A couple of days ago the same newspaper said that John Gizzi had been arrested by police near Burnley, Lancs, for conspiring to sell Class A controlled drugs. Just over a year ago he was released from being imprisoned for other offences; maybe he is not the reformed character that we had hoped for. If you would like to read the story by reporter Martin Williams, please click here:
http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/2010/04/30/rhyl-s-mr-big-john-gizzi-arrested-by-police-in-burnley-55578-26346897/

Rhyl Life supports the clamping down on antisocial behaviour caused by alcohol and illegal drugs. If this had been done years ago Rhyl might never have gained such a bad reputation.

Illustration by Tony Husband from ‘The Yobs’ cartoon strip in Private Eye magazine
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