Great-gran, 90, who collected cash from addicts and acted as lookout is evicted from her crack den home


A GREAT-granny aged 90 has been evicted from her crack den home.

Enid Malcolm collected cash from drug addicts and acted as a lookout, JPs heard.

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Enid Malcolm was evicted from her home after it was used as a drugs den[/caption]

This week council chiefs got a court order to board up her Leicester home in an attempt to stop the anti-social behaviour.

Magistrates heard problems began in 2016 after Enid’s husband Polones died.

Her son, cousin and grandson were said to be involved in drugs.

Cop raids found crack cocaine, knives and cash at the property.

The property in Leicester is now boarded up

Vivien Sedgley, for the council, said: “She simply must know what is going on.”

Enid shook her head and tutted loudly at the claims.

Her solicitor Nigel Hallchurch said: “There are just vague allegations with no evidence.”

The court heard Enid refused to move.

Granting a three-month closure order, chairman of the bench Angela Sharpe said: “There is enough compelling evidence a person has engaged in disorder and criminal activity at the property.

This does not infer in any way that Mrs Malcolm was involved in any criminal activity.”

The pensioner was given three hours to collect belongings before the house was boarded up.

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