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01/10/2012 at 22:50
So some new neighbours moved in about 3 months ago and they are the definition of nightmare neighbours. They have a pitbull, which barks at anything and everything, it is always outside and barks all through the night.They have their music blasting out nearly night, its so loud it sounds like it should be in my own home. I have a 2 year old daughter that is a poor sleeper/night walker so she gets woken most times by the noise. She also has terrible night terrors so shes getting less and less sleep, which means I'm getting less and less sleep.They are constantly drunk and arguing on the street, this includes the dad beating the sons. They usually attack the taxi drivers that bring them home from a night out aswell... If there not drunk on a night they are drunk through the day, falling into the road and shouting and screaming whilst attempting to get back to their own house. They happily hand drugs over to people in the street so assuming their drug dealers to top it all of. They are a non approachable family that look like they want to take me out if I asked them to keep the noise down. The two young lads roam the streets on a night looking through windows and eyeing up cars, I have my windows and doors constantly locked.They also like to pee in my allyway at the side of my house..I have reported to the local council several times and neighbours have spoke to a local pco. Nothing has happened to solve the problems, I haven't even received a courtesy call from the council to say they would look into the problems. I dont want to phone the police as I dont know if thats too extreme?Please any help and advice would be greatly apprecited.Thanks.Sleep deprived mum :/
02/10/2012 at 14:41
Urgh, you poor thing. Definitely sounds like a police job! The violence alone justifies it, never mind abusive/threatening behavious and possible drug offences. I think 101 is the numer to report it, but if they're fighting right then I'd call 999. Social Services might be another avenue re the dad hitting the sons if they're not adults. Or even the RSPCA regarding the dog, I suspect the more evidence that is properly recorded , the better, when it comes to the council taking action.
02/10/2012 at 20:18
Thanks I will try the 101 number before ringing 999 I think. The sons are I'd roughly 13-16 and usually fight back...but still I'd say the social would still be interested?I have a diary of all the noise incase its needed so lets see what happens. Im just a bit panicky that they'll come to door and cause agro but hey ho!
Thanks again for your help.
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