Police threaten arrest in Yorkshire Fail

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Police were called to a town in Doncaster after they received reports from a St Leger tenant, worried for their safety. 

On arrival they were told and show evidence that proved a false allegation had been made from a St Leger tenant accusing a photographer of threatening her. 

The police then threatened the photographer with arrest if he did not leave the area even thou no crime had been committied.  The meeting was recorded.  below.

As soon as it was made clear, no crime had been committied, the photographer went on to make provable allegations for wasting police time and making false allegations.  This is what South Yorkshrie Police had to say.  The recording was filmed on a public road and present were a number of witnesses. 

People within the local neighborhood feel that this tenant is a compulsive complainer and is constantly complaining about people who have lived peacefully for twenty years prior to these tenants moving in..  She has already made hundreds of complaints according to one tenant who is being harassed by the same person. 

Whilst St Leger are aware of the situation the management now refuse to comment on recent allegations of breaking criminal law by installing wildlife cameras in a public street from allegations made by the same tenant for fly tipping in the area.




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