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Commissioners plan to clamp down on anti-social behaviour

Youth disturbance contributed to death of 73-year-old last year

The chairman of Onchan Commissioners claims a two-pronged approach is needed to tackle anti-social behaviour in the village.

Robin Turton wants the authority to engage with schools in a bid to clamp down on public disturbances by youths.

It follows the ruling a gang of young people contributed to the death of a 73-year-old Onchan woman last year.

Mr Turton sent his condolences to the family involved and pledged to improve the situation.

He spoke to Local Democracy Reporter Chris Cave:

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