They’re just kids. So why are South Garston's residents so intimidated?
‘It’s absolutely feral’
Dear members — arson, dog poo being smeared on houses and kids wielding wooden planks. While South Garston has historically had an issue with vandalism, the stakes have shot sharply up over the last 12 months. A bit of graffiti is one thing — a building being set on fire three times in 24 hours seems quite another. Last week, Merseyside Police introduced a three-day dispersal order to curb antisocial behaviour. But has it made any difference? We sent Abi to investigate.
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