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Police: Police treating attack on Luton female as attempted rape

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

Bedfordshire Police are seeking a man who assaulted a 33 year old women in an alley between Dunsmore Road and Milton Road, Luton at around 2.10pm on Wednesday 17 September 2014.

Martin Hart, investigating, said: “The woman was walking from Luton Town Centre towards Farley Hill and had entered a short alley running from Milton Road towards Dunsmore Road when a man followed her into the alley and grabbed her from behind while making sexually suggestive comments. The woman has managed to break free from him and run away but was pursued by her attacker who then gave up and walked off. He was last seen on Dunsmore Road about 2.15pm.

“The victim was left very distressed by this attack and we are treating this as a potential rape and are very keen to locate this man before he has time to offend again. If anyone was in the area of Dunsmore Road around two to three o’clock on Wednesday and saw this man we would like to hear from you.”

The man is described as white, about 5 foot...

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Police: Two men charged with Crawley stabbing

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

Two men has been charged after an altercation in Crawley on Friday (September 19) where a man was stabbed.

Police were called to St Joan Close, where an injured man was on the roof of a garage after being involved in a fight in Perth Close at 2.45pm on Friday.

The 26-year-old with no fixed addres was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with stab wounds to his neck and stomach. His injuries were not serious and he was released from hospital the next day. He was arrested on suspicion of affray and possession of an offensive weapon and bailed until November 8.

Three men, a 25-year-old man from Birmingham, Nikesh and Walter McHugh, were arrested in Staffordshire at 1.30pm on Saturday and brought back to Crawley. The 25-year-old man was released without charge. A 19-year-old man, also from Crawley, arrested on suspicion of GBH and has also been released without charge.

Walter McHugh, 53, unemployed of Sullivans Drive, Crawley was arrested and charged with ABH and possession of an offensive...

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Police: Police come to rescue of man mauled by his own dogs

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

At around 9:10 last night police responded to reports of a man being mauled by two dogs in the street at Priors Grange High Pittington.

Police and ambulance crews responded immediately and one of the dogs was able to be contained at the scene.  The other dog was found a short time afterwards in the Coronation Terrace area of Pittington where it was humanely destroyed by police firearms officers at around 11pm.  Both dogs are believed to be American Bulldogs.  The remaining dog has been taken to kennels where it will remain until a decision is made regarding its future.

The 47 year old local man injured in the attack, who is also the owner of both dogs, was taken by ambulance to the Royal Victoria Infirmary hospital in Newcastle where he remains with what are believed to be serious but non-life threatening injuries.

Durham City Neighbourhood Inspector Dave Coxon said: “I can confirm that both dogs were quickly captured by police and it was necessary for reasons of public...

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Police: Arrests made in Paige Chivers ” no body” murder investigation

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

Detectives investigating the murder of Blackpool teenager Paige Chivers have this morning (Monday, September 22) arrested two men.

The men, aged 45 and 59, from Blackpool, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and attempting to pervert the course of justice and will now be questioned by detectives.

Paige was last seen in Bispham on the August Bank Holiday weekend in 2007. Since then there have been no corroborated sightings of her and no contact with her family or friends.  Despite numerous appeals, rewards, and a long running police investigation she has not been seen since.

The investigation is being treated as a ‘no body’ murder.”

 



Police: Appeal for witnesses to student robbery in Cardiff

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

Police in Cardiff are appealing for witnesses after two students were robbed of money and bank cards near Allensbank House.

The two Chinese students got off a bus near Newfoundland Road on Whitchurch Road just before 9pm on Friday night (19th September) and where making their way back to Allensbank House student halls, off Clodien Avenue, when they were attacked.

The two students were approached by a single man who demanded the male student’s mobile phone, which they refused to hand over.  The two students then ran into Clodien Avenue but were followed by the suspect who confronted them with a knife and demanded money.  The female student handed over her purse which contained cash and cards.

It is believed that the suspect then ran away from the incident on Allensbank Road, along Clodien Avenue and towards Whitchurch Road.

The male suspect is described as being white, 20-26 years of age, just under 5ft6 in height, of slim build with dark hair and was wearing a black jacket and...

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Police: Appeal following attempted murder in Heysham

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

Police are appealing for information after a woman was seriously injured when she was assaulted at a caravan park in Heysham.

And three other people, including one man who is fighting for his life in hospital, were also hurt in a series of road accidents which followed.

Police were called at about 7pm on Saturday following a report that a 32 year old woman had sustained serious head injuries during an assault at the Ocean Edge caravan park. She was treated in hospital and released.

A short time after the assault a 42 year old man sustained serious head injuries when he was struck at the entrance to the caravan park by a dark coloured Ford Fusion being driven from the scene of the first assault. The man is currently in a critical condition at the Royal Preston Hospital

At about 7.15pm a 53 year old man walking his dog was struck by what is believed to be the same car at Half Moon Bay. Fortunately he only suffered minor injuries. And at about 7.30pm a 36 year old woman driving a Peugeot 207...

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Ambulance: Streamline

Written by RSS Poster Medic ScribeMedic Scribe

This is the first I have written since May. I did not mean to stop writing. I had many thoughts, but just never got around to putting them down. Why no posts? A variety of reasons, primarily time. As I get older I find myself less sure of myself and my ideas. I can spout anything, but it takes time to write well and with reason. I want what I write to be considered and thoughtful. That takes the time to sit down and write and rewrite.

I do not have the full energy that I used to have. Now after work or even at work between calls, I no longer take advantage of the time, what little there is. At home I sit on the couch and talk to my family or watch TV. I am big into cooking shows. in the ambulance, I simply try to stretch my legs and relax a little.

I have two jobs as I have written about previously. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, I work the ambulance in the city from 5:30 to 17:30, although I often don’t get out till 18:30. When I first started working there twenty years ago, three days in the city wore me out so much I...

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Military: 12 REGIMENT ROYAL ARTILLERY

Written by RSS Poster Tony McNally
























I am proud to have served with the Glorious 12 Regiment Royal Artillery.


Military: MILBABE

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Police: Racist tweets sent to Mario Balotelli’s twitter account under police investigation #liverpool #FA #KickRacismOut

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

 

Merseyside Police can confirm an investigation is underway following racist comments made on social media earlier today (Sunday, 21 September)Officers were made aware of the comments on Mario Balotelli’s Twitter account at about 4.30pmNo formal complaint has been received from the club or player at this time, however officers are making enquiries into the matter

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Merseyside Police on the 101 number




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