A 22-year-old evicted from his family home was ordered to stay away after being convicted for drug dealing and anti-social behaviour.

Tyler Hennessy, of Amport Place, Mill Hill, was taken to Barnet County Court by Notting Hill Genesis Housing on June 29.

The housing association asked the court to evict and ban Mr Hennessy from Amport Place and the estate.

This follows his last conviction on May 21 at Harrow Crown Court where he was found guilty of possessing Class B drugs with intent to supply.

Hennessy was told to leave Amport Place and the immediate area within 24 hours and forbidden to return to an area managed by the housing association.

Local Policing Team Sergeant Cafferkey said: “This is a case where anti-social behaviour and drug dealing will not be tolerated by Barnet police.

“We endeavour to ensure the courts support us in granting justice for the law abiding residents, whose lives are blighted by people such as Tyler Hennessy.

“Despite the lengthy process, this injunction comes as a result of a lot of hard work by several departments at Barnet police and it’s a job well done.”