Most troubled spots in Cheddar revealed
FIGURES show that Cheddar has the highest number of reported crimes in the Cheddar Valley area, according to Crime Maps on www.police.uk.
The road with the highest crime rate is Froglands Way, Cheddar, with four crimes of anti-social behaviour reported in July.
Outside Tesco was also a hotspot for crime with three crimes reported, including possession of a weapon and criminal damage and arson.
Punnet Close has three reported crimes for July, all of which were of anti-social behaviour.
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Springfield Close reported three cases of drugs, while Centenary Way reported anti-social behaviour, drugs and vehicle crime.
Perry's Close had two reported crimes including burglary, and Union Street and Walnut Close had two reports each for anti-social behaviour.
Anti-social behaviour was also reported on Sharpham Road, Bath Street, Cliff Street and Daghole.
Drugs were reported in The Chestnuts, vehicle crime on Springfield Road and Old Station Close and theft on The Lippiatt, near Tweentown petrol station and Cufic Lane.
Criminal damage and arson were reported on Cathay Lane, Lower North Street and Back Lane.