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Padd Farm eviction: Egham man, 70, arrested after 11-hour standoff following alleged fire threat

A man had barricaded himself inside a building on the farm and allegedly threatened to set it on fire A 70-year-old man was arrested after an 11-and-a-half-hour standoff with emergency services and bailiffs at a Surrey farm where a planned eviction was due to take place. Officers were called to Padd Farm in Hurst Lane, Egham, shortly before 8am on Monday (June 21) after a call about the planned eviction.

getsurrey.co.uk ,  4h 0
Padd Farm eviction: Egham man, 70, arrested after 11-hour standoff following alleged fire threat

Man 'chases others with weapon' through Epsom town centre

By Orlando Jenkinson Reporter - Kingston, Epsom, Elmbridge, Richmond, Wandsworth, Croydon Police are appealing for witnesses after a fight in Epsom town centre led to reports of a man armed with a weapon chasing others through the area. The fight reportedly broke out on Saturday night (June 19) sometime before 10.40pm when officers were called to the scene.

surreycomet.co.uk ,  19h 8
Man 'chases others with weapon' through Epsom town centre

Lorry and car crash on Surrey country road with bricks on road

Emergency services have closed the road in both directions A lorry and a car have been involved in a crash on a country road in Surrey, with a large amount of bricks falling from the heavy goods vehicle. The A29 Stane Street in Ockley, near Dorking, is currently shut in both directions after the crash.

getsurrey.co.uk ,  20h 103
Lorry and car crash on Surrey country road with bricks on road

Photos show emergency services at Padd Farm in Egham amid planned eviction

Hurst Lane has been cordoned off 'a few hundred metres down the road' Emergency services - including an ambulance and police cars - are at a Surrey farm amid a planned eviction. They were sent to Padd Farm in Hurst Lane, Egham, where the eviction was due to take place at 8am on Monday morning (June 21), according to Danny Beach, who co-owned the farm with his wife, Linda.

getsurrey.co.uk ,  21h 4
Photos show emergency services at Padd Farm in Egham amid planned eviction

Reports of Sexual Exposure Linked To Same Suspect

A man in his 20s is suspected of committing several acts of sexual exposure in the Guildford area. Surrey Police have received a number of reports of the crime on Whitmoor Common and on top of The Mount in the last few weeks which officers believe are being committed by the same suspect.

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Reports of Sexual Exposure Linked To Same Suspect

Found: Desperate appeal for woman missing from Guildford who 'urgently required medical care'

Joanna went missing from Royal Surrey County Hospital on June 17 A woman who left a hospital needing urgent medical care has been found, police have said. Joanna Neaves, 37, disappeared from Royal Surrey County Hospital at about 2.50pm on Thursday (June 17) before receiving medical treatment.

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Found: Desperate appeal for woman missing from Guildford who 'urgently required medical care'

Have you seen missing woman in urgent need of medical care?

Surrey Police is appealing for help to urgently find a vulnerable woman missing from Guildford, and believed to be in Aldershot. Joanna Neaves, 37, was last seen at Royal Surrey County Hospital earlier today (17 June). She left at around 14.50, before she received medical treatment, and we are extremely concerned for her welfare as we believe she urgently requires medical care.

surrey.police.uk ,  4d 0
Have you seen missing woman in urgent need of medical care?

Arrest made following series of stone throwing in Stanwell

A 20 year-old man from Ashford has been arrested after a number of stones have been thrown at houses and police cars in Stanwell. We were first alerted over the weekend to a number of criminal damage reports whereby stones were being thrown or catapulted into the road in Stanwell Village.

surrey.police.uk ,  4d 0
Arrest made following series of stone throwing in Stanwell

Portaloos, loud music and minibuses: Surrey Police give inside track on 200-person illegal rave in Epsom

Surrey Police has given the inside track on an illegal rave that "trampled and flattened" a local nature reserve. Officers broke up a 200-person illegal rave at a Epsom Common on Sunday (June 13) dispersing a mass of people and equipment following complaints of loud noise from nearby residents.

getsurrey.co.uk ,  4d 0
Portaloos, loud music and minibuses: Surrey Police give inside track on 200-person illegal rave in Epsom

'Under siege' — Mystery assailants pelting Stanwell Village with stones

Police seek Stanwell Village stone-throwers Police are warning people are at risk of serious injury after Stanwell Village was pelted with stones from catapults recently. Criminal damage was reportedly caused to properties on Russell Drive in Stanwell Village, while images of at least one police car damaged by stones was posted online.

surreycomet.co.uk ,  5d 0
'Under siege' — Mystery assailants pelting Stanwell Village with stones

Villagers wear helmets after spate of catapult attacks in Surrey

Police were pelted with large rocks as they responded to complaints of projectiles being catapulted at people and property in Stanwell Village, Surrey Residents of a Surrey village have begun wearing cycling helmets as they leave their homes, to protect themselves from a siege of catapult attacks. Houses, cars, and people in Stanwell Village were hit with flying stones over the weekend, which police believe were catapulted or thrown from a nearby nature reserve.

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Villagers wear helmets after spate of catapult attacks in Surrey

Witnesses sought after car crash near Headley Court

– Surrey Police The road was closed for a period to allow the Police, Fire and Rescue, and Ambulance service officers to carry out their work; and the road to be cleared. Officers are keen to speak to anyone who was in the vicinity and may have seen or heard the blue Vauxhall Corsa, and the manner in which it was being driven, in the moments before the collision.

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Witnesses sought after car crash near Headley Court

Woman going wrong way down M25 glugging wine tried to bite cops who stopped her

This is the moment police officers stopped a woman driving the wrong way on the M25 shortly before finding her glugging wine from an opened bottle. The incident took place on the M25 at Leatherhead between Junction 8 and 9 at around 8.50pm on 10th February. After a police investigation, Hanjarina Oliveira, 39, has been sentenced to 12 months in prison.

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Woman going wrong way down M25 glugging wine tried to bite cops who stopped her

14-year-old hit by train 'did not get adequate support from social services', mother tells inquest

He was found by a level crossing the morning after going missing The mother of a 14-year-old boy who was hit by a train in Staines has given emotional evidence of her long struggle to get him support from social and mental health services. The first day of an inquest on Monday (June 14 ) heard how Oskar Nash went missing in January last year and was found the next morning a two-minute walk from home, by Thorpe Lane level crossing near Egham Hythe.

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14-year-old hit by train 'did not get adequate support from social services', mother tells inquest

Ifold vet steps out to help care for police dogs

Two members of staff at a veterinary surgery have been inspired by police dogs they treat to raise money for a new charity that supports ex-working dogs in their retirement. Senior veterinary surgeon Alyson Harman, from Ifold, and veterinary practice manager Charlotte Bolshaw decided to embark on a fundraising challenge to raise money for the Thin Blue Paw Foundation - a national dog welfare charity that launched in 2020 to support working and retired police dogs.

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Ifold vet steps out to help care for police dogs

Surrey village residents 'under siege' and living 'in fear' of stone-throwers

Some people living in Stanwell have started wearing cycle helmets when they leave the house Residents in a Surrey village are 'under siege' and living 'in fear' of mystery vandals catapulting large stones at their homes, police have said. According to officers, people in Stanwell are afraid to open their windows and can't park outside their houses - while some have even started going out wearing cycling helmets as a protective measure as they are so frightened of getting hit by one of the missiles.

getsurrey.co.uk ,  6d 0
Surrey village residents 'under siege' and living 'in fear' of stone-throwers