Bishopgate residents hoping police raids in Norwich will end misery of drugs nuisance A number of residents living in Cotman Fields, off Bishopgate, near to Norwich Cathedral, have repeatedly called police about problems with drugs, alcohol and prostitutes which have left some of them too afraid to leave their homes.
A 63 year old man, who did not want to be named, said: "It's pretty bad around here." Officers said they hoped the action, part of the force's ongoing Operation Gravity blitz, would help eradicate the problem for those living in the Bishopgate area. They have also been promised that there will be more high visibility police patrols. The resident who has contacted police before about oakley gas can the issues said: "Hopefully it will be better and some people may be reassured if the police talked to them on the estate." Another resident, a 69 oakley glasses on sale year old woman, who has lived in the area for 16 years and wanted to remain anonymous, said she also hoped the recent police action would make black friday oakley sunglasses the problems "go away". She said: "It's been a real problem." Another woman had outlined some of the issues she had suffered in a letter to Norfolk police.
The letter, which described how car doors slamming during the day and night was also an issue, said: "On the estate itself we've had urinating on our walls, waste deposits and even human waste under the archway. The drug dealers do a lot of business here and so do the prostitutes." A police spokesman said they were aware of concerns from people living in the area about drug related anti social behaviour but hoped the recent action would "reassure residents that we are tackling the problem" sunglasses oakley sale and confirmed visible patrols in the area would be stepped up.
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