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Police: Notting Hill murder victim named

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

Police continue to appeal for witnesses and information following the murder of a grandfather in Notting Hill.

Tony Charlery, 59, died in Portobello Road W11 at around 0045hrs on Saturday, 30 August. He had been stabbed in the street shortly before midnight.

A post-mortem examination held at Westminster Mortuary on 30 August gave the cause of death as a stab wound to the neck.

While officers await formal identification, they are satisfied the dead man is Anthony (known as Tony) Charlery aged 59, (17/1/55) of Earls Court Road, W8. Next of kin have been informed.

The murder investigation is being led by Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Wall of the Homicide & Major Crime Command.

DCI Wall said: “On Friday 29 August, Tony went alone to the Mau Mau bar in Portobello Road W11. He was only inside the venue for a short while and was stabbed as he left. Tony received the fatal wound as he tried to run away from his attackers.

“I appeal to anyone who knows the identity of the persons involved to call...

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Police: MAGISTRATES` SENTENCING POWERS TO BE INCREASED

Written by RSS Poster The Justice of the Peace


I hadn`t intended to put finger to keyboard this morning.  A close relative can`t make up his mind whether I am a geek, an anorak or a nerd but the news that the government intends us to have sentencing powers increased from 6 months to 12 months custody is interesting having been mooted for a decade or more.  The Times headline says it all; this proposal is geared to “saving money”  and creating yet another headline for Chris Grayling as opposed to any sense that the administration of justice will be more efficient or equitable for all concerned parties.  However the...

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Military: Rogue Gunners favourite aircraft the A10 Thunderbolt.

Written by RSS Poster Tony McNally




























Military: 51ST HIGHLAND DIVISION

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Military: MILBABES

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Police: Search for Ashya King battery life on the machine that administers his food likely to have expired

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News
“Ashya is still missing, and with each hour that passes our concern for him grows.
 
“Within the last hour, we have been told by medical experts that the battery life on the machine that administers his food is now likely to have expired. We don’t know whether the King family have any spares, the knowledge, or any way of recharging the battery.  If they don’t, without properly administered food, Ashya’s condition will deteriorate very quickly.
 
“Our message remains the same: please help us find him. Please visit the Hampshire Police website or Hampshire Constabulary Facebook page and share the appeal and the photos of Ashya, his mum and dad Brett and Naghmeh, and the car that they were travelling in when they left for Cherbourg.
“We have had a good response to widespread media coverage, with people who know the King family calling in.

“So far, we have had one reported sighting of the family, which was on the ferry to...

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Police: THEM ARE THE RULES///DON`T TOUCH

Written by RSS Poster The Justice of the Peace


A recent sitting was unusual in that two cases had unusual features  to say the least.  Kylie had just turned eighteen when she appeared on a charge of breach of a community order; namely a tagged curfew which began daily at 9.00p.m.  She admitted the breach which had occurred when she was still a youth.  Her representative, however, took us through her recent history as far as it was relevant.  Her current residence was at the home of the  third foster mother she had had in as many years.   He told us that she had been waiting outside the address since 8.55p.m. for the arrival of...

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Military: A NATION BUILT BY HEROES

Written by RSS Poster Tony McNally




























Military: MILBABE

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Police: Beyond Satire

Written by RSS Poster The Magistrates' Blog
Thanks to Martin B for bringing this splendid story to my attention. Even the immortal Beachcomber would have found it hard to surpass this tale.



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