A section of the A1 is blocked and motorists are asked to avoid the area A section of the A1 in Co Down is blocked following a crash on Friday morning Both lanes northbound near Loughbrickland are currently impassable. A PSNI spokesperson said: "Motorists are advised that both north bound lanes of the A1 near Loughbrickland are blocked following a two vehicle road traffic collision.
Man has been released on bail pending further enquiries The solicitor of a man arrested in Derry yesterday has accused the PSNI of misusing police powers. The PSNI said the 45-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of offences committed under Gaming and Lotteries legislation and possession of Class B controlled drugs.
Premium Co Antrim man with an ‘ atrocious record of mistreatment’ avoids jail Close 1/1 A farmer previously hit with a lifetime ban on keeping animals was detected with three lambs in the front of his car, Ballymena Magistrates Court has been told. Michael Francis Agnew (50), of Ballynease Road, Portglenone, pleaded guilty to breaching the ban after police spotted the animals at Main Street in Portglenone around 10pm on March 29.
Updated A man and a woman have been taken to hospital following a road traffic collision involving three vehicles in the Tempo area this evening. It is understood that the Air Ambulance was in attendance. A PSNI spokeswoman said: "Police received a report of a three vehicle road traffic collision within the vicinity of Gardiners Cross Road, Tempo, County Fermanagh, at approximately 6.20pm this evening (Thursday, June 17).
A police appeal was launched after 'two men fled and got into taxi' following a crash in Belfast. Officers were called to Hope Street in the city on Thursday evening, June 17, following a collision between a yellow Mini and a silver Mitsubishi. Police said it is believed "two males fled from the Mitsubishi and got into a taxi which dropped them off in the vicinity of the Landsdowne hotel, North Belfast".
The PSNI says it is treating attacks on two pro-life demonstrators in Coleraine as hate crimes. Police said they are investigating reports of two incidents at a local health centre in the town in the past week. During the first incident, police said, a man reported being verbally abused and having a poster damaged when confronted by another man.
Breaking Gardiners Cross Road, on the outskirts of Tempo is currently closed due to what police have described as an "injury" road traffic collision. A PSNI spokesman said: "Emergency services are at scene. Please avoid area if at all possible. "We will update you when we can."
On Sunday evening (June 13), PSNI officers in Lisburn joined colleagues from Road Policing and the Driver & Vehicle Agency in a proactive safety operation, as part of ongoing efforts to encourage drivers to take more care on the roads. Chief Inspector Gavin McKenna said: “This operation took place between 6.30pm and midnight on Sunday at the MOT centre in Lisburn.
A female passenger in the vehicle was taken to hospital Police have released the name of the man who died after a crash in Antrim on Wednesday. In a statement issued this afternoon, the PSNI confirmed that Belfast man Andrew Millar, 32, passed away following the incident on the Ballyhill Road.
A fallen tree is causing traffic disruption this afternoon say the PSNI. A police spokesperson said: “Motorists are advised that a fallen tree approximately two miles from Gilford, Co Down, on the Lurgan Road, is causing disruption to traffic this afternoon. “Drivers are advised to avoid the area and seek an alternative route.”
Operation aimed at gangsters involved in controlling prostitution, human trafficking and money laundering The PSNI have worked with Romanian police to target a suspected organised crime gang. Local officers carried out two searches in the Belfast area today(Thursday) as part of a ‘joint operation with judicial authorities and police in Romania’.
A man in his 30s has died following a road traffic collision in Antrim. Police confirmed the man who died was 32-year-old Andrew Millar, from Belfast. A female passenger in the vehicle was taken to hospital for treatment to injuries which are not believed to be life threatening.
A man was arrested in Londonderry as police investigate an unregistered lottery controlled by the Irish Republican Prisoners Welfare Association. The 45-year-old male was arrested by detectives from the PSNI’s Terrorism Investigation Unit following a search of a property in the Springtown area on Thursday. The Irish Republican Prisoners Welfare Association supports those who have been convicted of terrorist offences committed on behalf of the New IRA.
The incident occurred in the Ballyhill Road area around 5.30pm on Wednesday A man in his 30s had died after a one vehicle crash in Antrim on Wednesday. The incident occurred in the Ballyhill Road area around 5.30pm on June 16 and one other passenger in the vehicle was taken to hospital for their injuries.
Police have named the 32-year-old man who died in Wednesday’s Co Antrim road traffic collision as Andrew Millar. The one vehicle collision occurred around 5.30pm at the Ballyhill Road area of Antrim. A female passenger, who was also in the vehicle, was taken to hospital for injuries that are not believed to be life threatening.
A man in his thirties has died following a road traffic collision in Co Antrim on Wednesday. The one vehicle collision occurred around 5.30pm at the Ballyhill Road area of Antrim. A female passenger, who was also in the vehicle, was taken to hospital for injuries that are not believed to be life threatening.
Man arrested in Derry yesterday has been charged in connection with investigation into INLA activities in Derry
Defendant due to appear before local court tomorrow Police today said that a 34-year-old man has been charged with a number of offences following an operation targeting organised drug criminality linked to the INLA in Derry. The man was arrested in Derry yesterday. He has been charged with a total of 18 offences, including possession of a class B controlled drug, possession of class B controlled drug with intent to supply and conspiracy to transfer criminal property.
Senior officers are waiting for Supreme Court justices to decide whether the Police Service of Northern Ireland is sufficiently independent to carry out investigations into two events during the Troubles in Ulster half a century ago. Seven judges based in London on Wednesday finished hearing arguments relating to proposed police investigations into the killing of a Catholic woman in 1972 and the treatment of 12 people, who have become known as the “hooded men”, detained in 1971.
PSNI detectives have welcomed the sentencing of two men in Newry Court after they were caught with £60,000 worth of cocaine last year. Edmundas Gedvilas (63) was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment on Wednesday for one count of Possession of a Class A drug with intent to supply.