Police appeal for eyewitness after violent robbery in Southwark
Appeal for witnesses to violent robbery in Southwark
Appeal for witnesses to violent robbery in Southwark
She cupped water from the cell toilet and threw it in the officer's face
Idaho Supreme Court ruled that dog’s actions made 2019 search of vehicle illegal
The former culture secretary stayed true to form by sticking up for her old boss on Twitter.
This is the shocking moment a Mayfair pedestrian was rammed to the ground and attacked by moped muggers who snatched a £211,000 watch from his wrist. CCTV captured the moment one of the robbers mounted the pavement and drove into the back of Mr Karkar, sending him hurtling to the ground. Moments earlier, Michael McKeown had been chased and also knocked down by one of the moped riders in an unsuccessful bid to steal his £75,000 Audemars Piguet watch.
A motorist who had been banned from driving sparked a 140mph police chase which led to his arrest on Monday. The man had attended a hearing at Harrogate Magistrates’ Court where he was disqualified from driving. Despite being banned from driving, he proceeded to drive away from court where he was followed by local police officers.
Kremlin via ReutersWhile Moscow has publicly dismissed the Hague’s arrest order for Vladimir Putin as nothing more than a meaningless piece of paper, some government officials reportedly descended into a full-blown panic in private chats after the news broke—with some wondering if they’d become the next Heinrich Himmler and Joseph Goebbels.That’s according to a new report from the independent outlet Verstka, which spoke with sources close to the Kremlin and several sources in parliament about th
Nearly three years on from brutal Mother’s Day murder, Aiden Fucci is facing sentencing for the first-degree murder of his former classmate. Bevan Hurley explains the horrifying case
An injured seal was left whimpering after it became stranded on the cobblestones of a harbour for more than 24 hours. Heartbreaking video shows fisherman Kit Gallagher approaching the poor creature 'crying for help' after the tide brought it to shore. Kit, 50, found the young seal when he was checking on his boat in the harbour at Bridlington, Yorks., and notified a nearby Sea Life Centre upon discovery. He returned to the scene the next day to find the vulnerable animal still hadn't moved from the cobblestones and was still in distress. Kit said: "I came to the harbour to check on my boat and was told by a friend that a seal was on the south slope and it didn't look very well and that he thought it had a poor flipper. "I phoned Scarborough Sea Life and told them where it was. "I came back at 8am the next morning and found it still there and made an update video as I had thousands of people asking for an update. "I was told a call had already been made to the Sea Life Centre, so I went home and came to check a few hours later. "When I came back the seal was gone and I was told that the seal rescue had been with it all afternoon. "I was told by someone on the harbour that they had taken it, I think the seal arrived that morning as the tide was coming up." British Divers Marine Life Rescue were called out to the scene but the seal had gone by the time they arrived. A spokesperson for the charity said: "We didn't pick up this seal in but we did pick up another one that we kept overnight and then released the next day." It is a busy time of year for seals up and down the east coast as they regularly rest on beaches and in harbours. The charity added: "If you find a seal on a beach, watch it from a distance. Do not approach the animal. "Seals regularly haul out on our coasts - it is part of their normal behaviour and, in fact, they spend more time out of the water, digesting their food and resting than in it. "Therefore, finding a seal on the beach does not mean there is necessarily a problem and do not chase it into the sea as this may stop it from doing what it needs to do - rest. "A healthy seal should be left alone." They concluded that this seal would have returned to the water itself. The footage was filmed on March 17.
Bryn Hargreaves, who was 36 at the time, was reported missing in January last year
A man has appeared in court accused of carrying out and broadcasting castrations on his "eunuch maker" website. Marius Theodore Gustavson, 45, is one of a group of men arrested on Wednesday in London, Scotland and South Wales. Gustavson, 45 and originally from Norway but living in London, is accused of being the ringleader.
A former No 10 adviser has claimed “aggressive” city centre rangers confronted her son while he was shopping for shampoo and “slam-dunked” him to the ground before handcuffing him.
‘It was his decision to show mercy, and that’s what he wanted to do,’ lawyer says
The alleged gunman accused of killing Olivia Pratt-Korbel broke down in court as he told jurors, “I’m a dad. I’m being blamed for killing a child”.
A police officer was shot as Germany rounded up members of a radical network plotting to overthrow the state and reinstate the Kaiser in a violent coup.
A stablehand who created an elaborate stalking campaign against a woman he was obsessed with, and his mother who lied to police in an attempt to cover for him, have been convicted.
A man who killed his sleeping student boyfriend has today received a life sentence, with a minimum of 22 years behind bars.
A drug dealer who tried to get rid of evidence after being found with a loaded shotgun has been jailed for seven-and-a-half years. Police raided Billy Sturgeon’s home in south west London following a tip-off, but he hurled Class A crack cocaine and heroin from a loft window. Sturgeon, 20, also had paraphernalia inside including weighing scales, a burner phone and nearly £3,000 cash.
A team of policemen have been accused of stepping on a sleeping infant during a search operation
The cheerleader, 13, was murdered by Aiden Fucci on Mother’s Day 2021. She was stabbed 114 times. In a heartbreaking two days of sentencing, new details emerged in the case. Graeme Massie writes
A paedophile was caught in a sting texting a Facebook profile he believed belonged to a teenage girl. Mohammed Hoque, 44, of no fixed address, contacted vigilantes posing as a 14-year-old and tried to get ‘her’ to London for sex, saying: ‘When u come u kiss me’. Police say “dangerous” Hoque used Messenger to start a conversation with an account clearly stating the owner’s age.