St Ann's drug dealer evicted from her property
A DRUG dealer has had her home taken off her.
Tracey McGill, formerly of Dunscombe Close, St Ann's, was caught with amphetamines last year.
She was given a suspended prison sentence in December after admitting possession of the drug with intent to supply.
Now Community Protection Officers have made a successful order to have her evicted from her home.
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She was originally ordered to leave by August 6 but failed to move. She was eventually evicted on October 3.
McGill, 26, has now been placed on the Social Housing Exclusion Register which prohibits her from accessing social housing in the future.
Councillor Alex Norris said: "Social Housing is a precious, limited resource in our city.
"We work with Nottingham City Homes to take breaches of tenancy very seriously.
"We're determined to rid our estates of drug dealing."