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Saturday, 22 May 2010

Gang feud rivals banned from crossing M60 bridge - Manchester Evening News

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Gang feud rivals banned from crossing M60 bridge - Manchester Evening News: "TWO 'feuding' gang members have been slapped with Asbos to stop them crossing a bridge into each other's territory.
The dispute between Paul Galimore and Paul Johnson has turned parts of the Brinnington area in Stockport into a 'no-go area' for council and NHS staff, a court heard.
Police have been called to a string of incidents and told a district judge that both men are involved in 'serious organised crime'.
Now Galimore and Johnson have been served with emergency Asbos which prevent them entering each other's turf.
A bridge over the M60 marks the divide between the two areas.
Galimore – of Lingard Lane, Bredbury – cannot cross into the Brinnington estate, while Johnson – of Gowerdale Road, Brinnington – cannot enter Bredbury.
The Asbos were granted at Stockport magistrates' court and served on both men yesterday.
Johnson, 33, and Galimore, 37, are also banned from contacting members of each other's family and three other named men."

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