A 28-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman were detained in a hotel in Northampton A man and a woman from Banbury have been arrested for alleged possession with intent to supply Class A drugs. The 28-year-old man and the 34-year-old woman were detained in a hotel in Northampton and taken into custody.
POLICE have issued an urgent warning to motorists driving in the snow amid Storm Arwen. Storm Arwen has caused much disruption across the country and has produced many shocking scenes, including a snow-induced three-day lock-in at Britain’s highest pub. But Thames Valley Police (TVP) officers were likely most surprised by an occurrence of dangerous driving on Sunday evening that pushed them to issue a warning to the public.
Officers say Nattesh Jeevarajah skipped court Police officers are urging the public not to approach a wanted Aylesbury teenager. Nattesh Jeevarajah, aged 18, reportedly skipped Aylesbury Crown Court on November 24. He was due in the dock in connection to drugs supply and offensive weapon charges.
A HAMPSHIRE man has been charged following the reported stabbing of an 18-year-old woman in Reading last week. George Hassall, of Harts Lane, Burghclere, was charged with wounding with intent last week. This comes in relation to an incident in Coley Park, Reading, on Wednesday, November 24 where an 18-year-old woman was taken to hospital following a reported stabbing just after 2pm.
Thames Valley Police conducted a series of activities in support of Op Sceptre, the national week of action to challenge and reduce the threat of knife crime. As part of a national knife crime week of action that ran from Monday 15th November to Sunday 21st November, the public were reminded of the permanent knife amnesty bins placed at police stations across the Thames Valley.
POLICE have arrested 38 people for offences involving knives following a week long campaign across the Thames Valley. From Monday, November 15 to Sunday, November 21 Thames Valley Police launched Operation Sceptre as part of a national knife crime week of action to prevent unwanted knives from finding their way onto the streets.
An 18-year-old man failed to appear for court in connection with drugs supply and offensive weapon charges. Nattesh Jeevarajah didn't turn up to his court date at Aylesbury Crown Court on November 24 as the police appeal for the public's help to trace him. He is known to frequent Aylesbury and Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, Corby, Northamptonshire and Dagenham, London.
A pilot scheme run by Thames Valley Police has helped to prosecute drug dealers quicker than previously possible. The year-long pilot scheme, in partnership with the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS), has helped to expedite the process of possession with intent to supply (PWITS) cases through the criminal justice system by fast-tracking the identification of drugs.
Woman, 21, found dead at Cherwell Valley Services Police desperately appealed to find Willow Du Plooy last night - taking to social media asking anyone who spotted her to call 999. She was last seen on Friday afternoon at around 5pm and reported missing to the force at 5pm yesterday.
A THAMES Valley driver has been fined for driving their car with snow still covering the windscreen. Thames Valley Police’s Roads Policing social media account team to Facebook to post a picture of the car, believed to be in Oxford. It shows snow and ice covering the windscreen with just a small patch cleared on the driver’s side.
By Ollie Sirrell Court and crime reporter A THAMES Valley driver has been fined for driving their car with snow still covering the windscreen. Thames Valley Police’s Roads Policing social media account team to Facebook to post a picture of the car, believed to be in Oxford.
Thames Valley Police: 'Please don't make the same mistake as this driver' A lazy motorist who couldn't be bothered to clear ice and snow off the windscreen of their car got a frosty reception from Thames Valley Police who issued a fine. Police have been issuing weather warnings to drivers over the weekend and were not amused to see this vehicle on the roads with the front window obscured to the driver.
Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help to find a woman who is missing from Banbury. Willow Du Plooy, who is 21-years-old, was last seen on Friday afternoon (November 26) at around 5pm in Banbury. She was last seen wearing black leggings, black trainers, a bright coloured patterned face mask and a grey hooded top.
Willow Du Plooy was last seen on Friday There has been an update in this case. A body has been found believed to be that of Willow. Police are searching for a missing Oxfordshire woman who hasn't been seen all weekend. Willow Du Plooy was last seen in the Banbury area at around 5pm on Friday.
Police raise hare coursing concerns after a worries livestock could escape into rural areas in the High Wycombe area. Officers have asked locals that if they see any 4x4 roaming fields late at night to report it. This comes after reports that courses are cutting padlocks to gates to gain entry into fields.
Fire crews were called to Burnham in the early hours of this morning (Sunday) to help rescue a man who had become impaled on a metal railing. Slough Fire Station said that the individual had been hanging upside down for some time before emergency services were able to free him.
No increase in needle spiking allegations says Thames Valley Police Needle spiking allegations in the Cherwell area have not increased as evidence has not been found to support this statement according to police investigations. That was the answer of Thames Valley Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) Matthew Barber when asked to address a matter that has grabbed headlines in recent weeks.
Police are warning drivers and asking them to "take extra care" on the A413 after the burst. Officers are on the scene in Chalfont St Giles where water is spilling out onto the road. Work is currently being carried out to stop water bursting onto the busy road.
The water main has burst on Saturday afternoon - with repairs now scheduled to take place Motorists are being advised to take extra care on a major Bucks road due to a burst water main today (Saturday, November 27). Thames Valley Police has asked motorists to be careful when using the A413 near Chalfont St Giles while repairs are carried out.