It has been a while, but we're now in a position to identify one of Teesside's most prolific TV Licensing enforcers.
Failed businessman turned goon Neal Nevison, 50, hails from the Acklam suburb of Middlesbrough.
He works within an area dubbed the Durham Tees Valley triangle, where several TV Licensing goons have been caught telling bare-faced lies and making up the rules as they go along.
Nevison first shot to fame when he conducted a visit to Mick Oldfield's Hartlepool home. Court observations reveal that a significant proportion of Teesside's TV Licensing prosecutions are directly attributable to Nevison's evidence. This has made him a figure of some interest.
He was instrumental in TV Licensing's application for a warrant to search Mick's home - a search conducted under very dubious circumstances, which yielded no evidence whatsoever of unlicensed TV reception.
Nevison's visit to Mick's property on 11th September 2013 was recorded and uploaded to YouTube. A heavily edited account of that visit (e.g. skewed to incriminate an innocent man), based on Nevison's notes from the time, featured in the search warrant Deposition.
Questions are still being raised about that particular episode, so stay tuned for updates soon.
Nevison was captured in a second YouTube video in January 2015.