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Woman agrees not to be a nuisance

A SOLIHULL woman who smeared dog faeces on a gate shared with her neighbours has been told to curb her anti-social behaviour for the next 12 months.

A SOLIHULL woman who smeared dog faeces on a gate shared with her neighbours has been told to curb her anti-social behaviour for the next 12 months.

Birmingham County Court heard how Theresa Doyle, aged 44 of 424 Windward Way, verbally abused, used foul language, intimidated and used threatening behaviour towards other residents from October last year to May 2008.

She appeared on October 8 and gave a 12 month undertaking not to use or threaten violence against any resident of Windward Way or approach, intimidate or communicate with seven named people.

Doyle also agreed not to cause nuisance or annoyance to any person being a resident of Windward Way or any person engaged with lawful activity in the locality of Windward Way in particular by using foul language, smearing dog excrement on the gate to the communal external areas or else-where in the communal area and allowing her dog to foul in the communal areas and failing to promptly clean the excrement.

 

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