Skip to main content

This neighbour from hell got banned from town for life

A “neighbour from hell” has been jailed and banned from his town for life after police say he embarked on a campaign of hate towards neighbours.

This neighbour from hell got banned from town for life


Peter Johnson, 58, pleaded guilty to serious stalking charges in the English town of Alsager, including constantly harassing an elderly neighbour.

A Chester Crown Court judge labelled him a “vile” and “evil” man when he appeared on Tuesday.

The abuse began when Johnson was arrested on suspicion of assaulting one of the five victims in 2002.

The case was dropped and Johnson “embarked on a campaign of psychological vigilante justice against those who had given evidence against him”, authorities reported.

Johnson tormented and threatened neighbours – one of whom is in their 90s, on an almost daily basis – and verbally abused them, Cheshire police said.

Letters falsely accuse victims of being Nazis, sex predators, terrorists

The abuse also included following victims, making menacing phone calls and distributing senior neighbours brochures for funeral directors services.

He even sent an obituary notice to one elderly victim, claiming they had died, according to police.

Johnson distributed malicious letters, falsely claiming neighbours were terrorists, Nazis, sexual predators, or cannibals, to their doctor, workplace, clients, and even a Royal Air Force base.

“This neighbour from Hell made his victims’ lives a misery, tormenting some of them on an almost daily basis,” Constable Collette Cook said.

“He left victims, including one in their 90s, worried about leaving their homes, answering their phones and looking at their mail.”

He pleaded guilty to stalking offences involving each of the five victims.

Johnson was sentenced to two years and four months behind bars, and given a lifetime restraining order prohibiting him from contacting any of his five victims, either directly or indirectly.

The order also prohibits Johnson from ever returning to Alsager, despite owning a house in the town, the Cheshire Constabulary confirmed.

This neighbour from hell got banned from town for life


Alsager is a town and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England, to the north-west of the city of Stoke-on-Trent, and east of the railway town of Crewe. The town has a population of 11,775.
-
Loading...

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Man Gets His Racist Tattoos Removed After Becoming A Dad

Bryon Widner by name, became a skinhead at the age of 14, and he spent 16 years involved with racist organizations in the midwest. He earned the nickname of “pit bull”, and went on to co-found Vinlanders Social Club, a white power group in Indiana.

Vinlanders soon gained a reputation for excessive violence and became one of the fastest-growing racist skinhead organizations in the US.

In 2005, Widner married Julie Larsen and a year later, the couple had a son. The responsibilities of fatherhood gave Widner the desire to reform and leave the racist movement, a desire shared by his new wife.

Widner took the decision to leave the neo-nazi group, but it took years of death threats and harassment before he felt that he was finally becoming “human again.”

Widner’s attempts to become part of regular society were understandably made more difficult by his many facial tattoos, which were both intimidating and openly racist. His wife Julie was afraid that he would do something extreme to erase hi…

Man Stops Drinking Alcohol, Narrates How Much Sobriety Changed Him In 3 Years

Giving up your vices and guilty pleasures can lead to a happier and healthier life that’s full of purpose. Even though you might not see the changes day-to-day when you give up drinking alcohol, they’re very apparent to others. One of the things that can keep you motivated is documenting the changes and looking at the photos side by side.

Well, one man has made the phrase ‘one day at a time’ fit both his fight with alcoholism and documenting his journey through sobriety. These last three years, Kenny D. has taken snaps of how he looked when he quit alcohol at key stages in his journey of sobriety. The changes within the first month are already huge and he is almost unrecognizable in the final pictures.

Kenny went sober three years ago. When he took his first photo, he was feeling awful.

“I took a picture of myself the day I got my first sobriety coin, 24 hours sober. I felt so ill and I looked so bad, I wanted to remember it so I wouldn’t forget. The day I got my 30-day coin, I though…

Why Does Canada Feel more Developed Than The USA

Why Does Canada Feel more Developed Than The USA a question asked by a Quora Community User: The question goes like this:

"If USA is wealthier than Canada, why does Canada feel more developed (far cleaner cities, a lot less crime, fewer homeless people, significantly higher life expectancy)?"

Kelly Meilleur Has the best answer:

Dual citizen here (CDN/USA).

I will try to explain Canada.

There is an entirely different sense of right and wrong in Canada. Canadians are democratic. (Not just a democracy; there’s a difference.)

That means they are happy to pay taxes - big taxes - so that they have the resources they need in their neighbourhoods. They don’t need to earn big money to be able to afford a house in a good school district or private school tuition in order to ensure a good k-12 foundation for their kids.

Their children do not need to take on hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt for an undergraduate or professional degree at a good school. Some Americans think that th…