(BELFAST, N.I) JUST IN: PSNI REPORT: Police in Derry/Londonderry have come under attack for a seventh night during disorder in the city during which cars were set on fire and petrol bombs were thrown at officers #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Apr.08: Later in the evening, it was also reported two vehicles were set on fire in the Nelson Drive area of the Waterside where it was reported a number of youths had gathered, and bins were set on fire on the road. Police also received a report about a brick being thrown at a taxi, which was carrying a passenger at the time, on Limavady Road at around 11:30pm. Thankfully, neither the driver or passenger were injured. There were also reports of bins being set on fire in the area.

Officers attacked during seventh night of disorder in Derry/Londonderry: ‘The disorder started when police were dealing with a security alert in the Templemore area yesterday afternoon. A number of petrol bombs were thrown at police. Thankfully, there were no reports of any injuries’


Derry & Strabane District Commander Darrin Jones said: “Last night, we saw further disorder in our city during which our officers came under attack again. Again, we saw disgraceful scenes during which cars were set on fire and property damaged: “ This is reckless and criminal behaviour, and it has to stop. It is absolutely appalling and achieves nothing except harm to our community: “ I will continue to appeal to those in our community with influence to do what they can to stop this senseless behaviour. I would also appeal directly to parents and guardians to know where their children are and what they are doing to ensure they do not get caught up in criminality and that they are kept safe and away from harm: “ I would appeal to everyone in the area to help diffuse any local tensions and prevent any further disorder.”

Police attend reports of house parties in south Belfast: ‘Officers issued a total of 94 Cov4 and 11 Cov2 notices, arrested three people, reported four people to the Public Prosecution Service and issued one Community Resolution Notice’ Over Monday night into the early hours of this morning (Tuesday, 6th April) police attended a number of house parties in the Holyland area of south Belfast area.

Chief Inspector Gavin Kirkpatrick said: “We received a number of reports throughout yesterday afternoon, last night and into the early hours of this morning of anti-social behaviour in the Holylands area. Officers attended on a number of occasions to disperse various groups of people: “ Police would encourage residents to continue to report issues of anti-social behaviour to them. While local officers will be making follow-up enquiries, it is disappointing that we continue to receive reports about noisy parties and anti-social behaviour in this residential area: “ In light of last night’s events police are currently in the Holylands and will continue to have a nightly policing operation in this area this week. Local residents should be respected and should not have to contend with this type of behaviour.”

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Apr.08: 2021:

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