Three curfew breakers caught
Three men are to be charged after they were caught in breach of the curfew rules, police said today.
Officers found the men on Devonshire’s Vesey Street just before 9pm on Friday night after complaints about noise nuisance from nearby residents.
Police found the three, none of whom are from the area, playing loud music.
One of the men ran away, but a police spokesman said he had already been identified.
He added: “The remaining two were each advised that they will be issued with a summons to appear before the courts for breaching the curfew.”
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