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Man told to quit ‘drink den’
5:47pm Tuesday 19th February 2013 in News
A NUISANCE neighbour has been forced to vacate his home, which had been at the centre of repeated alcohol abuse complaints.
Helena Homes tenant Daniel McLaughlin, 25, was given seven days to return the keys to his former home on Napier Street after St Helens County Court issued an outright possession order.
McLaughlin caused extensive damage to the property and granted open access to acquaintances who abused alcohol.
Joy Wilson, Anti-Nuisance Manager at Helena, said: “We worked with partner agencies to offer support to Mr McLaughlin on numerous occasions.
“Unfortunately, he continued to abuse his property and cause distress to neighbours, which left us with no option but to take the matter to court with our legal team.”
Napier Street has been the focus of multi-agency working to obtain the court order.