Police and other partnership agencies efforts continue in Craigneuk in response to concerns from the public.
Officers, along with North Lanarkshire Council (NLC), continue to focus efforts in the area to address acts of violence and disorder.
Area Inspector Alan Mulholland told Lanarkshire Live : “It is our priority to address concerns from the public.
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“As such our efforts over the past week have resulted in a 30-year-old man being evicted from a property in Gateside Road following an unauthorised take-over of the address.
“He was also subject to bail conditions which were allegedly breached and as such has been subject of a report to the Procurator Fiscal in connection with this.
“Officers have been conducting additional patrols of the area which has led to arrests being made.”
On Wednesday, August 11, a Volkswagen Golf was stolen from Caledonian Road which was full of parcels being delivered in the area.
Officers quickly responded to the incident and subsequently stopped a 40-year-old man in Harestone Crescent who was arrested for the alleged theft of the vehicle, drink driving and other road traffic offences.
On Friday, August 13, CID officers carried out a search warrant under the Misuse of Drugs Act at an address on Hillcrest Avenue where a quantity of Class B drugs and a four figure sum of cash were seized.
A 25-year-old man has been reported to the Procurator Fiscal.
And on Tuesday, August 17, officers attended a property on Laurel Drive along with local authority housing officers to serve an eviction notice.
A large quantity of stolen parcels were recovered and are now in the process of being returned to the delivery company to ensure the rightful owners receive their goods as soon as possible.
Inspector Mulholland added: “We continue to work closely with our partners at North Lanarkshire Council to make Craigneuk a safer place to live.
“We are invested in the local people whose lives are being blighted by criminal activity. I am appealing to everyone in Craigneuk to tell us about the real issues you are facing and this can be done through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 anonymously.
“You can also contact your local community officers on 101 or discuss with officers who are in the area responding to your concerns.”
On Friday, officers will be in Craigneuk between 10am and 1pm with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and local authority staff to provide information on how to report crimes, particularly via Crimestoppers where information can be provided anonymously.
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