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Steamy couple's car sex goes downhill - after Yaris flips over

The pair were found in a Toyota on its side - and needed to be freed from the car A romping couple have found themselves stuck in an awkward position - after their car rolled down a hill and ended up on its side. Police say the pair had been getting intimate with each other when the vehicle's handbrake became disengaged, reports Derbyshire Live.

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Steamy couple's car sex goes downhill - after Yaris flips over

Axe-wielding man, 39, arrested as armed police flood Stoke-on-Trent street

Six police cars descended on Beverley Drive, in Bentilee, this morning An axe-wielding man has been arrested after armed police descended on a street this morning. StokeonTrentLive readers reported seeing six police cars on Beverley Drive, in Bentilee - and now a man has been taken into custody by firearms officers.

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Axe-wielding man, 39, arrested as armed police flood Stoke-on-Trent street

Live: You react as queues form at Tesco, Sainsbury's and Esso petrol stations

Our reporter has visited different filling stations to speak with those in the queues Motorists are queuing to fill their tanks at North Staffordshire's petrol stations as the UK faces a fuel shortage. Drivers have been queuing on Liverpool Road since this morning to get into Tesco's petrol station, in Kidsgrove.

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Live: You react as queues form at Tesco, Sainsbury's and Esso petrol stations

A50 traffic held due to 'police incident'

Emergency services are at the scene Traffic is being held on the A50 following a 'police incident' this evening. Drivers have got in touch to say they are stuck in long queues on the westbound carriageway in the Blythe Bridge area. One motorist said: "We've been at a standstill for some time now.

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A50 traffic held due to 'police incident'

Police issue appeal over anti-social behaviour in Normacot

It comes after officers dealt with fighting in the street and problem motorists Police are appealing for witnesses after incidents of anti-social behaviour in a city neighbourhood. Neighbourhood officers covering Normacot say they have been made aware of problems on Furnace Road and the surrounding area. It is the latest issue to arise in the area after the force was previously called out to a street brawl and nuisance motorists.

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Police issue appeal over anti-social behaviour in Normacot

Judge lifts order stopping you knowing this teen drug dealer's identity

A judge lifted 17-year-old Ethan Guest's right to anonymity as he sentenced him for his crimes A teenager found with Class A drugs has been locked up after blowing his second chance. Ethan Guest, 17, was given a two-year rehabilitation order after a wounding case last year.

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Judge lifts order stopping you knowing this teen drug dealer's identity

Armed police called and helicopter scrambled after 'third shooting'

A major search of the area failed to locate any suspects A helicopter was scrambled and firearms officers were called after reports of another shooting in a normally peaceful village. Police were alerted to the sound of gunshots in the Millmead area of Rode Heath at around 8.15pm last night (September 20).

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Armed police called and helicopter scrambled after 'third shooting'

Police called to three-car smash on A34

A bollard was also dislodged Police were called after a three vehicle crash on one of North Staffordshire's busiest roads. Officers were brought in to direct traffic following the collision on the A34 Talke Road in Wolstanton, just off the roundabout at the north end of the golf club.

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Police called to three-car smash on A34

Two men seen carrying 'large white bags' after jewellery shop raid

Police have launched an appeal for witnesses to come forward following the burglary at Tunstall's Hemmings Jewellers Police are hunting for raiders who used a parking bollard to smash their way into a town centre jewellery store during a morning raid. Staffordshire Police say two men dressed in dark clothing were seen leaving Hemmings Jewellers, in Tunstall, carrying 'large white bags' at the time of the incident.

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Two men seen carrying 'large white bags' after jewellery shop raid

Pub goes into lockdown after double shooting

One man on a barge was reportedly shot in the neck, while a second was in a beer garden when a pellet struck his shoulder A pub was forced to go into lockdown as police hunted three gunmen following a double shooting. Drinkers inside the Broughton Arms in Rode Heath were told to stay inside as a police helicopter was scrambled and armed officers descended on the scene.

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Pub goes into lockdown after double shooting

Floral tributes left at scene of fatal North Staffordshire crash

West Midlands Ambulance Service says nothing could be done to save a 35-year-old man killed in the smash Flowers have been laid at the scene of a crash which killed a 35-year-old man and left two others in hospital. Police and paramedics - including the air ambulance - were called to the A52 Leek Road, in Kingsley Moor, following reports that a grey Land Rover had crashed at around 12.45am on Sunday.

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Floral tributes left at scene of fatal North Staffordshire crash

Rough sleeper finally offered a home - 50 miles away in Birmingham

The appeal comes after he was refused a night's stay at a hotel in Staffordshire A cash appeal has been launched to help a "lovely" rough sleeper after he was offered a home at long last - but 50 MILES away. The appeal comes after he was refused a night's stay at a hotel in Staffordshire.

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Rough sleeper finally offered a home - 50 miles away in Birmingham

Animal Lifeline want to find these 10 dogs new homes

We've put together a list of the pups currently being looked after by the Cellarhead-based charity Could you give one of these gorgeous dogs their fur-ever home? We need your help to find loving families for these ten beautiful dogs that are currently being cared for at Animal Lifeline in Cellarhead.

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Animal Lifeline want to find these 10 dogs new homes

We got all this for £20 at Festival Park Home Bargains - including a pumpkin jar

StokeonTrentLive sent a reporter to the newly-opened £3m store As a regular Home Bargains shopper I was interested to see what was on offer at the new Festival Park store. I had heard their glass pumpkin jars were causing a sensation and people across the county were clamouring to get their hands on them.

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We got all this for £20 at Festival Park Home Bargains - including a pumpkin jar

Shoppers told B&M opening giant Festival Park store - as Go Outdoors relocates

Plans have been approved to open a garden centre at the back of the existing Go Outdoors store Discount retail wars could be heading to Festival Park - as shoppers are being told B&M is planning to open a giant store on the out-of-town site. Reports of B&M's imminent arrival have come from staff at Go Outdoors who are preparing to move out of their existing shop and relocate to one of two empty units on the same row.

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Shoppers told B&M opening giant Festival Park store - as Go Outdoors relocates

Kind strangers get hotel room for bullied rough sleeper - but they won't let him in

The rough sleeper was in a tent in the Staffordshire countryside - but it was seen being kicked by a group of teenagers. Friendly strangers rallied round to pay for a room for a homeless man being bullied - but he never managed to get inside. The rough sleeper was in a tent in the Staffordshire countryside - but it was seen being kicked by a group of teenagers.

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Kind strangers get hotel room for bullied rough sleeper - but they won't let him in

Council issues update after travellers move on to car park

The group arrived in Cheadle during the early hours of Wednesday morning Council officials say they are 'liaising' with travellers - after a number of caravans pitched up on a car park. As previously reported by StokeonTrentLive yesterday, around seven caravans have parked up on the busy Tape Street pay-and-display in Cheadle.

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Council issues update after travellers move on to car park

Police issue update on Hanley attack

Detectives are continuing to appeal for information over the assault on Stafford Street A second man arrested in connection with a city centre attack which left two friends unconscious has been bailed. Staffordshire Police - along with paramedics - were scrambled to at around 5.18am on Sunday, September 5.

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Police issue update on Hanley attack

'Nuisance' drivers targeting £100k BMX track face having cars seized

Warning signs are set to be installed around the car park at the facility in Kidsgrove Police have warned 'nuisance' motorists gathering by a BMX track they are risking having their cars seized. Warning signs are set to be installed on the car park next to the £100,000 pump track in Kidsgrove.

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'Nuisance' drivers targeting £100k BMX track face having cars seized

CCTV captures 'lowlife' milk snatcher on the prowl in Stoke-on-Trent

A woman is warning other residents to be on their guard after bottles were swiped from her doorstep This was the moment a man was caught on CCTV appearing to steal bottles of milk from a Stoke-on-Trent doorstep. The bottles had been left outside an address in Bankhall Road, Burslem, in the early hours of yesterday morning (September 14).

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CCTV captures 'lowlife' milk snatcher on the prowl in Stoke-on-Trent