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  • Pregnant woman assaulted in Finsbury Park

    By JulieGK at 22:12 on 19/02/13
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    Police are appealing for help and information after a woman sustained serious injuries during an unprovoked assault in Seven Sisters Road, N4, on Friday, 15 February 2013. The pregnant victim, aged in her 30s, was assaulted underneath the bridge by Finsbury Park LT Station at approximately 6.30pm by a man. She sustained a facial injury believed caused by a knife and a shoulder injury. She was taken to hospital and later released....
  • Suspected crack houses in Finsbury Park closed down

    By JulieGK at 22:03 on 10/01/13
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    Action from Islington Police and Islington Council has led to the closure of two suspected "crack houses" in Finsbury Park. Highbury Magistrates' Court granted a Drug Closure Order at a flat in Seven Sisters Road, which runs until 20 January, and another at a flat in Williamson Street, which runs until 26 March. Islington Police, in partnership with the council and Circle 33 Housing Trust, secured the closure orders...
  • Court gives tough punishment for illicit alcohol and tobacco

    By JulieGK at 22:10 on 16/10/12
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    A former off-licence boss was been given 120 hours of community service and a £1,000 bill on Thursday after illicit alcohol and tobacco was found in his shop. Officers from Islington Council Trading Standards team and HMRC visited Supreme Supermarket at 171 Seven Sisters Road, N4, run at the time by Ozkan Ulgudur, on February 24. They seized 30 bottles of illicit Glen's Vodka, 8000 illicit Marlboro cigarettes, and 2.75kg of...
  • More police in London after Olympic Games

    By JulieGK at 14:01 on 11/04/12
    There will be more police in London from this autumn.
    London's communities are set to see an extra 2,000 officers in neighbourhood policing teams after the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games as part of the Metropolitan Police Service's total war on crime. And as part of the Met's approach for total victim care anyone who is a victim of crime will have the offer of police coming to visit them. The new proposals are part of a major new investment in neighbourhood policing beginning in the...
  • Finsbury Park Robberies: Police Appeal

    By abi_silvester at 13:31 on 19/10/11
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    Police are asking the public to be vigilant and appealing for witnesses and information following several recent late night robberies in the grounds of Finsbury Park. The most recent incident took place between about 0300 and 0330 hours on Saturday 15 October. The victim, a 39 year-old man, was sitting on a bench in the park, near the running track, on the Manor Road side of the park, when he was approached by a group of about five or...

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